People who apply for help at the Carroll County Department of SocialServices may have a chance before the end of this year to fill out surveys evaluating the way they were treated.
The agency's board ofdirectors, chaired by Richard H. Wilson of Westminster, hopes to start a feedback system sometime after July.
DSS Director M. Alexander Jones told the board yesterday that he and a committee from the board will be working out more details on the system and will present them to the rest of the board at a July 2 meeting.
"It will be a random sampling of applicants and clients," Jones said.
Wilson first brought up the idea of a feedback system to allow the board to hear directly from residents about the service they received from staff.