Dryden residents are being encouraged to get involved. Acting Inspector Ann Tkachyk of the Dryden Police Service talks about the community well-being plan.
"I think that the most important thing is this is just the start of making sure we do identify the needs of Dryden and the community, and we identify some strategies on how to address those problems," she said.
Tkachyk notes the planning group is welcoming input from schools and local government. Seniors and youth are also invited.
The plan is part of the province's community safety and correctional services mandate.
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