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City of Nisswa 2022 Recycling Survey

Thank you for taking the time to complete the City of Nisswa's Recycling Survey. We appreciate your feedback! If you have any questions about the survey please contact Tom Blomer at 218-963-4444. 

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* 1. Which of the following best describes you as a user of the Nisswa Recycling Center?

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* 2. Which location would be most convenient to you for a drop off recycling site?

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* 3. Do you feel there is any interference with public safety having the recycling center share parking with the fire department?

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* 4. If the recycling site could be combined with a demolition site for brush and leaves at the City’s gravel pit off Lower Roy Lake Road would that be convenient for you and worth moving the site from behind the fire hall?

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* 5. At the May 2021 Council meeting, a concept map for a backage road from near Wendy’s on County Road 77 close to the proposed new recycling site on Lower Roy Lake Road was shown. A copy of that backage road concept can be seen on the City’s website under Public Works/recycling. After reviewing the concept drawing, if a backage road is constructed close to the recycling site, providing more direct access to it, would the new recycling site be a convenient place to drop off recycling?

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* 6. If the recycling center is expanded at its current site or if it’s moved to a new site, there will likely be changes to the site including additional fencing and access modifications. Would you be willing to pay a monthly or annual access fee provided assurances that access is only given to authorized users?

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* 7. Would you rather have any fees to support the continued operations of the drop off recycling site:

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* 8. In order to continue to provide drop off recycling, the city will either need to improve the existing site or construct a new one. The estimated cost for improving the existing site is $144,325. Knowing this, do want the City of Nisswa to continue to provide a recycling drop off site to the general public at its current location?

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* 9. The estimated cost for constructing a completely new site is $141,500. Do want the City of Nisswa to continue to provide a recycling drop off site to the general public at a new location?

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* 10. The city has the option to stop providing a drop off site all together and would then save all the operational costs of continuing the drop off site (currently $35,000 per year). The County is constructing a $2 million recycling center at the existing landfill on Hwy 210 near the airport. Knowing this, should the city continue to provide a drop off recycling site?

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* 11. If the operational costs of the City’s drop off site rose to $70,000 annually, would you want the city to continue to offer the drop off site?

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* 12. If the operational costs of the City’s drop off site rose to $100,000 or more, would you want the city to continue to offer the drop off site?

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* 13. To expand the existing recycling site to allow for growth, the City would have to use City property that is currently undeveloped wooded space. Do you support the expansion of the recycling center into an undeveloped space at its current location?

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* 14. Should the site be available to the general public, as it currently operates, or should the site be available only to Nisswa taxpayers?

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* 15. To summarize, please select the statement that you most agree with.

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* 16. Do you have any other comments or feedback you wish to share? 

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