[Editor’s note: This was submitted to The Camden Herald and may include opinions that do not reflect the position of the newspaper or its editorial board.] 

CAMDEN — The townspeople of Camden will be offered a chance to express their opinions about the preservation of Montgomery Dam in a new survey. The survey has been prepared by Emily Lusher, a research professional with over 30 years of research experience. Lusher is donating her work in preparing and tabulating the results as a volunteer.

Speaking for the Save the Dam Falls Committee, Ken Gross said, “Emily Lusher presented the survey to the Save the Dam Falls Committee as a means to assess town opinion in an unbiased fashion. The Committee welcomed the survey she has prepared and formally endorsed it at their regular meeting.”

The short survey is available online at surveymonkey.com/r/V3SV6ZG and can be completed on a computer, tablet or phone. Paper copies are available at the Camden Deli, Smiling Cow, Marriners, Leather Bench, and Mahogany Salon. The survey will be open until Oct. 12.