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This survey is designed to help the project team better understand how stakeholders interact, understand and use the Clinton River and the connecting lakes.

Instructions: Please indicated your response to each of the questions. At the end of the survey you will have the option of leaving any comments, concerns, or additional information.

Note: You will only be allowed to complete this survey once per IP Address

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* 1. Please provide your zip code for demographic purposes.

2. I believe I know what a watershed is and its relationship to water quality?

3. I Live:

4. My residence is:

5. Who is responsible for maintaining the lake levels in the watershed?

6. What is the legal framework for establishing lake levels in a watershed?

7. I believe the lake levels are maintained properly:

8. I believe the flow in the Clinton River downstream of Pontiac is:

9. Which activities have you or other members of your household participated in or near LAKES in this area during the past year? (select all that apply)

10. Which activities have you or other members of your household participated in or near the Clinton River during the past year? (select all that apply)

11. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "The quality of the Clinton River affects Lake St. Clair and the Great Lakes."

12. What factors do you think should be considered when a legal lake level is established? (Select all that apply)

13. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "Lake control structures have a positive influence on watershed health."

14. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "I would tolerate moderate fluctuation in lake levels if it meant an overall healthier watershed."

15. If you live on a lake, please indicate which lake you live on and which adjoining lakes it is connected to.

16. How much fluctuation are you willing to tolerate on your lake for an overall healthier watershed:

17. What would you like to see addressed in the project's final report?

18. Any additional comments, suggestions, or interesting stories about the Clinton River or its connecting lakes?

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