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Page: Introduction
1. Which of the following pertains to you? (check all that apply)
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Employed in the Township
6.9%41
Enployed outside the Township
36.7%217
Not employed
7.4%44
Retired
40.1%237
Property Owner
86.1%509
Renter
1.5%9
Seasonal resident
1.5%9
Year round resident
65.0%384

2. Please indicate your age group.
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less than 20
0.5%3
20 to 40
11.8%69
41 to 50
16.8%98
51 to 59
23.9%140
60 and over
47.0%275

Page: Existing Neighborhoods
3. To assist in making future land use decisions, Chocolay Township planning staff has conducted an inventory of the existing character of Township development. All properties have been classified into categories based on existing character. This information will be used to plan for future redevelopment, growth, production, conservation / recreation and managed areas, and to evaluate appropriate regulations for these areas.

Please help us by clicking the Neighborhood Map link and identifying the neighborhood in which your property / place of residence is located. If you own more than one property, choose your primary one. Please contact the Township at 906.249.1448 if you cannot locate your property area.

In which area is your property located?

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1.0%5
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3.5%17
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0.8%4
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0.4%2
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7.4%36
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6.2%30
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20.8%101
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21.9%106
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9.3%45
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15.3%74
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4.5%22
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4.1%20
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4.1%20
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0.6%3

Page: Accessory Homesteading Activities
4. The Chocolay Township Planning Commission wishes to gain public input about the appropriate scale or intensity of animal homesteading activities (the keeping of animals) based on the information above. Please indicate your opinion about whether the following activities should be allowed in your neighborhood.
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The keeping of less than ten small animals such as chickens, rabbits, turkeys, in a portable or fixed cage (similar to a dog pen with a shelter and run)57.5% (284)31.6% (156)9.9% (49)1.0% (5)2.24494
The keeping of one or two potbelly pigs as pets like dogs40.7% (201)43.5% (215)11.7% (58)4.0% (20)1.89494
A chicken coop 100 square feet or less (10' by 10')55.5% (273)34.1% (168)9.1% (45)1.2% (6)2.19492
Free-range poultry (not contained in an enclosure at all times)32.0% (158)53.5% (264)12.2% (60)2.2% (11)1.74493
The keeping of a couple of sheep or goats to control the growth of vegetation37.7% (185)47.3% (232)13.2% (65)1.8% (9)1.87491
The keeping of medium size animals such as sheep, alpacas, and goats31.6% (156)52.8% (261)11.9% (59)3.6% (18)1.71494
The keeping of larger animals such as cows, pigs, llamas, and emus26.8% (132)60.8% (299)8.5% (42)3.9% (19)1.58492
The keeping of horses33.7% (165)52.1% (255)11.2% (55)2.9% (14)1.76489
Do not regulate the raising of animals except to control general nuisance such as sanitation29.6% (143)57.8% (279)7.2% (35)5.4% (26)1.61483
Do not permit the raising of animals24.2% (112)63.9% (296)7.6% (35)4.3% (20)1.52463
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Page: Future Land Uses
5. Which of the following uses do you think are appropriate for the neighborhood in which your property is located? Assume that there are appropriate regulations to reduce the potential for nuisance impacts (i.e. proper setbacks, buffers, appropriate scale or intensity of use) and there are appropriate septic / sewer and water facilities to support the development.
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Detached accessory housing units (second home on owner-occupied parcels)38.3% (182)41.1% (195)18.1% (86)2.5% (12)1.92475
Two unit attached single-family (duplexes)32.6% (155)52.8% (251)12.2% (58)2.3% (11)1.75475
Three to five unit attached single-family (small apartment buildings, townhouses, condominiums)10.5% (50)79.6% (379)7.8% (37)2.1% (10)1.27476
Six or more unit attached single-family (apartment buildings, condominiums)7.4% (35)84.2% (401)6.5% (31)1.9% (9)1.19476
Clustered cottage communities with internal roads and preserved permanent open space24.1% (115)58.5% (279)14.0% (67)3.4% (16)1.59477
Buildings with retail or office on the first floor and apartments above (such as a live/work unit)20.4% (97)67.9% (323)10.9% (52)0.8% (4)1.51476
Small local retail shops (convenience, gifts, food, beverage)31.1% (149)61.0% (292)6.9% (33)1.0% (5)1.68479
Small manufacturing (indoor activity only)35.4% (169)46.7% (223)15.9% (76)2.1% (10)1.85478
General manufacturing (indoor and outdoor activity)16.4% (78)70.2% (335)11.5% (55)1.9% (9)1.42477
Seasonal occupancy of recreational vehicles on vacant parcels34.2% (163)48.3% (230)15.3% (73)2.1% (10)1.82476
Seasonal occupancy of recreational vehicles accessory to a residence45.1% (216)35.7% (171)16.3% (78)2.9% (14)2.04479
Vacation rentals of single-family homes (transient occupancy)47.4% (225)32.0% (152)18.9% (90)1.7% (8)2.12475
Outdoor wood boiler53.4% (256)26.9% (129)15.7% (75)4.0% (19)2.19479
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Page: Uses for Township-owned property
6. In your opinion, which of the following are appropriate uses for Township-owned property? (check all that apply)
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Lease land for public use for food production (community garden or public greenhouse)60.5% (289)7.7% (37)31.8% (152)478
Lease land for communication towers44.0% (209)27.6% (131)28.4% (135)475
Lease land for alternative energy structures (wind, solar, geothermal, etc.)47.6% (224)24.8% (117)27.6% (130)471
Lease land for other commercial use25.4% (118)42.6% (198)32.0% (149)465
Forest management (tree sales)53.5% (250)22.9% (107)23.6% (110)467
Sell excess land46.3% (210)41.2% (187)12.6% (57)454
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7. Would you support the placement of a cell phone communications tower at the Silver Creek Recreation Area?
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57.5% (276)16.0% (77)20.4% (98)6.0% (29)2.29480
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8. Would you support the placement of a cell phone communications tower near Green Garden Road?
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62.8% (301)12.7% (61)19.6% (94)4.8% (23)2.41479
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Page: Regulations
9. Please indicate your level of support for the following regulations. Please rate on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 equal to “Very supportive” and 1 equal to “Not supportive”.
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Require larger lot widths along streams and lakes (to limit impact on water quality)42.7% (203)17.7% (84)24.2% (115)5.5% (26)9.9% (47)3.78475
Require structures to be set back 100 feet from lakes and streams46.1% (219)17.7% (84)17.7% (84)7.8% (37)10.7% (51)3.81475
Control alterations to the dunes along Lake Superior53.2% (254)15.5% (74)14.9% (71)6.3% (30)10.1% (48)3.96477
Require removal of dilapidated, unsafe structures65.6% (313)13.6% (65)8.6% (41)4.2% (20)8.0% (38)4.25477
Require basic property maintenance (exterior)48.2% (230)21.0% (100)13.0% (62)8.6% (41)9.2% (44)3.90477
Control the number of inoperable cars and other scrap parts that can accumulate outdoors on a property65.9% (315)10.5% (50)10.0% (48)5.4% (26)8.2% (39)4.21478
Require screening/fencing/vegetative buffers for outdoor storage of accumulated equipment, scrap metal, and junk67.5% (322)13.4% (64)8.0% (38)4.4% (21)6.7% (32)4.31477
Limit outdoor storage of accumulated equipment and junk61.3% (292)11.8% (56)9.9% (47)7.6% (36)9.5% (45)4.08476
Limitations on the number of accessory buildings29.9% (143)15.5% (74)22.2% (106)10.0% (48)22.4% (107)3.21478
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Page: Recreation
10. Listed below are current recreation opportunities available in the Township. In the first two columns, indicate if your household uses the opportunity by checking either "Yes - use" or "No - use". In the next three columns, rate your level of satisfaction with the facility on a scale of 1 to 3, with 3 equal to “ Very satisfied” and 1 equal to “Not satisfied”. In the last two columns, indicate your support for funding improvements for an opportunity by checking either "Yes - fund" or "No - fund".
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Baseball / softball fields12.4% (57)85.7% (394)21.7% (100)22.4% (103)1.1% (5)50.4% (232)20.2% (93)460
Basketball courts6.3% (29)90.7% (417)12.0% (55)21.3% (98)3.5% (16)44.8% (206)24.3% (112)460
Biking / walking trails73.2% (338)24.7% (114)47.8% (221)22.5% (104)3.2% (15)63.0% (291)18.2% (84)462
Boat with motor launch25.3% (116)72.1% (330)19.9% (91)22.5% (103)4.4% (20)43.0% (197)27.1% (124)458
Boat / canoe / kayak launch (no motor)38.0% (175)59.2% (273)24.5% (113)26.5% (122)3.3% (15)49.0% (226)25.2% (116)461
Cross-country ski trails40.0% (183)57.4% (263)23.8% (109)25.8% (118)5.7% (26)49.8% (228)24.7% (113)458
Covered pavilion14.2% (65)82.9% (379)12.9% (59)23.4% (107)3.9% (18)39.8% (182)28.7% (131)457
Disc golf7.7% (35)89.7% (410)10.7% (49)21.0% (96)5.5% (25)25.8% (118)41.1% (188)457
Fishing / ice fishing30.3% (138)67.3% (307)17.5% (80)26.1% (119)2.2% (10)26.8% (122)40.1% (183)456
Fishing piers23.9% (109)72.8% (332)13.8% (63)23.9% (109)3.7% (17)39.9% (182)29.4% (134)456
Hiking / nature trail58.2% (267)39.7% (182)27.2% (125)27.0% (124)3.7% (17)51.4% (236)24.0% (110)459
Horseshoe court4.6% (21)93.2% (424)8.1% (37)21.1% (96)3.7% (17)23.5% (107)41.3% (188)455
Hunting29.4% (133)68.1% (308)14.2% (64)23.5% (106)4.4% (20)19.9% (90)48.2% (218)452
Ice skating / hockey19.8% (90)77.6% (353)12.1% (55)24.4% (111)5.1% (23)40.4% (184)28.8% (131)455
Kayak locker4.7% (21)91.8% (414)9.5% (43)21.3% (96)2.9% (13)20.6% (93)46.6% (210)451
Meeting room16.0% (72)81.8% (369)13.1% (59)22.6% (102)2.9% (13)36.4% (164)30.6% (138)451
Open space40.2% (180)56.9% (255)19.2% (86)22.5% (101)2.9% (13)38.6% (173)29.7% (133)448
Picnic locations31.0% (139)66.1% (296)17.2% (77)23.9% (107)3.8% (17)45.1% (202)25.0% (112)448
Playgrounds31.5% (141)66.3% (297)16.3% (73)25.2% (113)5.8% (26)55.4% (248)16.7% (75)448
Primitive camping10.0% (45)86.8% (389)8.7% (39)21.0% (94)3.8% (17)23.4% (105)42.9% (192)448
Restroom facilities38.9% (175)58.0% (261)12.2% (55)24.9% (112)7.8% (35)54.7% (246)17.6% (79)450
Small bed community garden (5' x 16' beds)13.2% (60)84.1% (381)10.4% (47)21.0% (95)3.3% (15)38.2% (173)31.6% (143)453
Soccer fields23.1% (105)73.6% (334)20.7% (94)19.8% (90)1.5% (7)49.8% (226)20.3% (92)454
Snowshoe trails31.0% (139)65.4% (293)15.0% (67)25.2% (113)3.3% (15)39.3% (176)31.0% (139)448
Swimming areas31.9% (144)64.5% (291)17.3% (78)22.2% (100)5.1% (23)39.2% (177)30.2% (136)451
Tennis courts16.9% (73)78.8% (341)11.1% (48)22.2% (96)6.5% (28)39.5% (171)30.0% (130)433
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11. Listed below are recreation opportunities currently not available in the Township. Please indicate if you or any member of your household anticipates a use for the recreational opportunities by checking either "Yes - use" or "No - use" in the first two columns. Please indicate your support for funding of the opportunity by checking either "Yes - fund" or "No - fund" in the last two columns.
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Additional motorized trail connections24.7% (112)73.3% (332)24.9% (113)58.3% (264)453
Additional non-motorized trail connections50.7% (228)46.7% (210)47.1% (212)37.3% (168)450
Adult fitness / aerobics classes, weight training29.8% (133)68.4% (305)21.5% (96)59.4% (265)446
Aquatic / splash park20.2% (90)77.8% (346)17.8% (79)62.7% (279)445
Bike polo4.6% (20)92.9% (406)7.6% (33)71.2% (311)437
BMX biking8.1% (36)89.7% (399)17.1% (76)61.6% (274)445
Community events51.7% (227)45.8% (201)49.2% (216)36.0% (158)439
Community recreation center41.3% (183)56.9% (252)48.1% (213)35.2% (156)443
Equestrian trails12.8% (57)84.7% (376)16.4% (73)63.3% (281)444
Geocaching19.9% (87)77.9% (341)13.5% (59)64.4% (282)438
Historic sites and museums39.2% (172)58.5% (257)33.5% (147)47.2% (207)439
Indoor public spaces for community / private gatherings40.2% (176)58.0% (254)42.0% (184)40.0% (175)438
Inline skating / roller blading trails13.9% (61)83.4% (366)18.7% (82)59.2% (260)439
Large bed community gardens (20' by 40' beds+)20.5% (91)76.5% (339)31.2% (138)49.2% (218)443
Mountain biking trails36.1% (161)61.9% (276)36.8% (164)45.5% (203)446
Off-leash dog park27.6% (124)70.0% (315)26.4% (119)55.3% (249)450
Outdoor swimming pool17.9% (80)80.0% (357)18.6% (83)61.4% (274)446
Pickleball6.3% (27)91.3% (390)8.9% (38)69.1% (295)427
Pre-school or early childhood recreation programs22.2% (98)74.4% (329)41.6% (184)39.6% (175)442
Senior citizen recreation programs35.7% (159)61.3% (273)51.2% (228)33.3% (148)445
Skateboarding area11.4% (50)85.9% (378)19.3% (85)59.1% (260)440
Sledding hill37.0% (165)60.5% (270)38.8% (173)44.8% (200)446
Small neighborhood park39.5% (172)58.9% (256)40.5% (176)41.4% (180)435
Small bed community gardens (5' by 16' beds)24.3% (108)72.6% (323)36.0% (160)44.5% (198)445
Summer camp programs18.7% (83)79.0% (350)27.1% (120)51.9% (230)443
Using school facilities for basketball / volleyball34.8% (155)62.7% (279)46.1% (205)35.3% (157)445
Youth programs (such as dance, art, and gymnastics)29.5% (130)67.5% (297)43.4% (191)38.4% (169)440
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12. Compared to other priorities for the Township (such as police, fire, streets), how important do you think it is for the Township to fund improvements for recreation facilities and opportunities?
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28.7% (133)50.8% (235)18.1% (84)2.4% (11)2.06463

13. Please enter your additional comments or concerns regarding recreation in Chocolay Township.
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Page: New Public Improvements and Amenities
14. How important are the following potential new public improvements and amenities? Please rate on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 equal to “Very important” and 1 equal to “Not important”.
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More attractive landscaping in public areas25.1% (115)25.3% (116)27.5% (126)9.2% (42)12.9% (59)3.41458
Historic art mural in pedestrian tunnel3.1% (14)5.7% (26)19.2% (88)16.1% (74)56.0% (257)1.84459
Wayfinding signs for local attractions19.0% (87)28.6% (131)26.2% (120)12.4% (57)13.8% (63)3.27458
Township newsletter/information flyers18.7% (86)28.9% (133)30.7% (141)12.0% (55)9.8% (45)3.35460
Visitor maps of local attractions22.9% (106)26.6% (123)28.8% (133)10.0% (46)11.7% (54)3.39462
Benches along trails21.9% (100)29.8% (136)26.0% (119)12.3% (56)10.1% (46)3.41457
Trash cans / pet refuse bags along trails39.2% (181)27.7% (128)19.0% (88)7.4% (34)6.7% (31)3.85462
Expanded sewer supply area18.6% (83)16.8% (75)27.5% (123)14.3% (64)22.8% (102)2.94447
Public water supply in selected growth areas22.4% (101)21.8% (98)27.1% (122)9.3% (42)19.3% (87)3.19450
Improved public transportation options27.3% (124)23.1% (105)22.9% (104)8.6% (39)18.2% (83)3.33455
New transit station (public buses)18.5% (85)19.4% (89)25.5% (117)12.9% (59)23.7% (109)2.96459
Underground utilities (electric, cable, telephone) along US-4128.6% (131)17.7% (81)27.5% (126)9.4% (43)16.8% (77)3.32458
Underground utilities (electric, cable, telephone) with new development36.5% (166)25.3% (115)19.3% (88)7.5% (34)11.4% (52)3.68455
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Page: Issues and Improvements
15. How important are the following issues facing Chocolay Township in either the near or distant future? Rate on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 equal to “Very important” and 1 equal to “Not important”.
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Preserve wildlife habitat53.4% (242)23.8% (108)15.0% (68)2.9% (13)4.9% (22)4.18453
Protect environmentally sensitive areas (wetlands, steep slopes, dunes)55.2% (250)23.2% (105)13.7% (62)4.6% (21)3.3% (15)4.22453
Protect water resources74.2% (337)15.9% (72)5.9% (27)2.0% (9)2.0% (9)4.58454
Preserve public access to water resources63.7% (288)21.7% (98)10.8% (49)1.8% (8)2.0% (9)4.43452
Preserve agricultural lands for farming activities48.0% (215)27.9% (125)18.1% (81)3.6% (16)2.5% (11)4.15448
Anticipate risks due to climate fluctuations30.9% (137)21.9% (97)23.0% (102)9.7% (43)14.4% (64)3.45443
Inadequate water drainage or flooding31.6% (141)25.1% (112)28.0% (125)7.8% (35)7.4% (33)3.66446
Limitations for development because of water supply issues36.2% (160)24.2% (107)26.5% (117)7.5% (33)5.7% (25)3.78442
Create more job opportunities in the Township37.8% (171)23.7% (107)21.7% (98)9.1% (41)7.7% (35)3.75452
Attract more businesses39.5% (178)24.4% (110)16.9% (76)9.3% (42)10.0% (45)3.74451
Attract more residents25.7% (115)17.6% (79)29.5% (132)13.4% (60)13.8% (62)3.28448
Attract young families30.1% (135)22.8% (102)25.9% (116)9.6% (43)11.6% (52)3.50448
Senior services34.6% (156)27.3% (123)25.1% (113)7.3% (33)5.8% (26)3.78451
Community health29.3% (130)24.4% (108)28.0% (124)8.6% (38)9.7% (43)3.55443
Affordable housing24.2% (108)18.4% (82)33.0% (147)11.0% (49)13.5% (60)3.29446
Maintain or improve road conditions55.9% (254)30.6% (139)11.0% (50)1.3% (6)1.1% (5)4.39454
Protect and enhance the local food supply35.1% (155)22.6% (100)25.6% (113)7.7% (34)9.0% (40)3.67442
Maintain curbside recycling services72.1% (326)17.5% (79)8.0% (36)0.7% (3)1.8% (8)4.58452
Improve curbside recycling services45.6% (204)25.1% (112)19.5% (87)4.7% (21)5.1% (23)4.01447
Maintain existing public facilities46.7% (209)30.8% (138)19.0% (85)2.0% (9)1.6% (7)4.19448
Improve or provide new public facilities23.7% (104)22.4% (98)31.5% (138)9.6% (42)12.8% (56)3.35438
Maintain existing police & fire services64.7% (290)17.2% (77)11.6% (52)2.5% (11)4.0% (18)4.36448
Improve police & fire services31.8% (139)23.8% (104)23.8% (104)7.8% (34)12.8% (56)3.54437
Control nuisance activities (noise, accumulation of junk / rubbish / garbage)51.0% (229)22.3% (100)14.3% (64)7.8% (35)4.7% (21)4.07449
Keep taxes at or near present levels64.7% (289)17.2% (77)12.8% (57)3.4% (15)2.0% (9)4.39447
Raise taxes for new / improved facilities or services5.5% (24)16.5% (72)28.9% (126)15.8% (69)33.3% (145)2.45436
Lower taxes and decrease services16.6% (72)6.7% (29)27.1% (118)19.1% (83)30.6% (133)2.60435
Locate alternate funding for desired improvements52.8% (233)27.2% (120)16.1% (71)2.3% (10)1.6% (7)4.27441
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Page: Rural Character
16. In reference to Chocolay Township, what does rural character mean to you? (check all that apply)
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Response
Count
Places to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature
85.5%389
Large wooded lots with plenty of privacy between neighbors
82.2%374
Subdivisions of homes with landscaping and mowed lawns
33.6%153
Stately homes with well maintained lawns and park-like open spaces
12.1%55
Quiet country roads fronted by farms and single-family homes
68.6%312
Homes screened from neighbors and streets by natural areas which are not mowed
46.4%211
Cleared lots with homes built close to the road
2.9%13
Small hobby farms
53.4%243
Traditional commercial farms with equipment and buildings
32.5%148
Living in a place where you don’t have to deal with a lot of government regulations
56.9%259
Large areas of tilled fields, orchards, or pasture land with occasional houses
41.5%189
Living with the sights, sounds, and smells of farm animals
25.9%118
Quiet neighborhoods with no farm animals
40.2%183
Commercial areas with ample, well-lit parking lots
14.3%65
A place where homes and small country stores could be next to each other
34.7%158
Dark areas that let you see the stars
59.8%272
Clustered areas of small businesses
34.1%155
Large, busy retail strips
1.1%5
Access to outdoor recreation
78.7%358
Hiking / biking trails
74.3%338
Other (please specify)
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17. Which one of the following statements best represents your views toward Township taxes and services? (Please check only one box which best represents your views)
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Percent
Response
Count
Keeping taxes low is important, so we should not add any new services or facilities if it means raising taxes.
25.1%113
I realize that some small property tax increases may be necessary, within reason, to provide a few additional services or community facilities.
57.1%257
Chocolay Township should offer similar services and facilities as the City of Marquette and I am willing to pay higher property taxes, if necessary, for those services and facilities.
4.9%22
Lower taxes, which may require reducing public services.
8.7%39
I am undecided.
4.2%19

18. How do you get information on what is happening in the Township? (check all that apply)
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Percent
Response
Count
Contact Township staff
29.4%131
Newspaper
58.7%261
Radio
19.3%86
Social media (such as Facebook)
9.0%40
Talk to an elected or appointed official
12.6%56
Television
35.5%158
Township Hall message sign
33.7%150
Township web site (www.chocolay.org)
45.6%203
Word of mouth
61.3%273
Other (please specify)
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19. Please add your additional master plan comments or concerns.
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