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Residents are being encouraged to have their say on the services provided, at the nine Library and Knowledge Centres in Canterbury-Bankstown.
Mayor Khal Asfour said the Library Community Survey will run until 5 June and provide people with the opportunity to give feedback and ideas.
"Our facilities attracted more than 1.65 million visitors last year, up 32 per cent, which is fantastic, but we can always do better," Mayor Asfour said.
"We have one of the largest library services in NSW, so it is important we do everything we can to make sure it continues to meet the needs of the community."
Translated surveys will be available in Arabic, Vietnamese, Chinese and Bengali, while participants who are current members of the Library and Knowledge Centres, will go in the draw to win one of three gift voucher, valued between $150-500.
"We want to hear from our members, what they like about the services we provide, and we also want to know from non-members, what we can potentially introduce to encourage them to use the services," Mayor Asfour said.
"Whether you’re a student, who uses our resources to study; a parent, who brings their child in for leisure time; or someone who just likes to read, this is your chance to help determine the future services at your local Library and Knowledge Centre."
The survey can be completed online at cb.city/haveyoursay, or at one of the nine Library and Knowledge Centres:
22/05/2018 12:15 PM