Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership offers survey for residents to suggest neighborhood improvements

The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership created the survey to better serve residents' needs.

The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership created the survey to better serve residents' needs. (9/11/15)

CLINTON HILL

A local nonprofit has a created a survey for Clinton Hill and Fort Greene residents to give feedback about their neighborhoods.

The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership created the survey to better serve residents' needs.

They say about 200 people living in the area have taken it so far, a number they'd like to see rise to at least 600 before the survey closes at the end of September.

The group also recently had another survey just for senior citizens. Elderly residents complained about a lack of nearby post offices, and from that, the organization was able to get a mobile post office van to visit the area once a month.

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