- Ada, Oklahoma

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January 31, 2013

Online survey offered residents for opinions on sports complex

Ada —  

City officials are asking residents for their thoughts on the city’s sports programs.

The city is currently studying the potential for a sports complex in Ada and looking at whether current facilities are meeting residents’ needs, according to a news release from City Hall.

“Even if you do not currently use sports facilities and services, we still appreciate hearing from you,” officials said in the news release. “All responses are important to us and will be kept confidential.”

City leaders will use the information they collect to develop plans that will shape the sports opportunities within Ada for the future.

Officials are encouraging participants to discuss survey questions with members of their household so answers reflect combined opinions. Participants can be entered into a drawing to win one of five $100 Visa gift cards.

To participate, visit

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