More input about housing in Kahnawake needed
Written by Paul on November 29, 2018
As we pass the halfway mark in the scheduled feedback period for the Kahnawake housing survey, the Housing Department of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake says they want to hear more from community members who need housing assistance.
The survey, launched on November 21, includes questions about current housing status, monthly expenses, needs, age and income. It is anonymous and will remain online until Wednesday December 5th.
When completed, the Department will assess results and make recommendations on what the future of housing in Kahnawake should look like, as well as determine what products will be offered to community members.
The department has set a goal of 300 respondents. As of earlier in the week, MCK Executive Financial Officer Paul Rice says approximately 130 responses had been received.
Rice says the deadline for survey submissions may be extended, if needed, to meet the target.