Red Hook survey launched by Small Business Services

The city’s Department of Small Business Services is asking the public for its input into how Red Hook’s commercial area can be improved. With a

There is no timetable as to when the survey will end.

There is no timetable as to when the survey will end. (7/9/13)

BROOKLYN - The city’s Department of Small Business Services is asking the public for its input into how Red Hook’s commercial area can be improved.

With a grant from MasterCard, the city has created the Red Hook survey, soliciting the opinions of those in the neighborhood.

Robert Walsh, from SBS, says that once the results are analyzed, the department will try to implement those suggestions into the neighborhood.

The Red Hook survey will close on July 15.

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