Recovery Planners Want to Hear From St. John

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An earth mover sorts debris left by Hurricanes Irma and Maria on St. John.

The St. John Long Term Recovery Team, in conjunction with FEMA’s National Disaster Recovery Support effort on St. John, wants to get input from as many members of the St. John community as possible, to see how recovery is coming along, where needs are still unmet and how everyone is doing to get ready for the upcoming hurricane season.

The group has posted a survey online and hopes to hear from as many St. John residents as possible. The input collected will be incorporated in a community recovery plan, according to Phyllis Benton of the  St. John Long Term Recovery.

Those who want to take part in survey can click one of the links below. The survey is available in English, Spanish or French and takes about five minutes to complete. The group hopes to collect all data by May 28.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LTRTsurveyEnglish

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LTRTsurveySpanish

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LTRTsurveyFrench

Editor’s note: This story has been edited to correct the group sponsoring the survey. The information had been forwarded to the St. John Tradewinds by a member of a different philanthropy and did not contain any mention of or connection to St. John Long Term Recovery. St. John Tradewinds regrets the error.