Survey: Eagle Mountain Residents Mostly Happy

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EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (AP) -- A recent survey finds Eagle Mountain residents are by and large happy and comfortable.

The survey of 409 residents found 85 percent of respondents rated the town as a good and excellent place to live. Residents also expressed widespread approval of the city's law enforcement, as 97 percent said they felt safe in the community.

However, the survey did reveal some public dissatisfaction in two areas. They are snow removal and animal control. But city officials say they have addressed those issues by buying an additional snow plow and hiring an animal-control officer.

The study was conducted by Dan Jones and Associates. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus five percent.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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