Daley encourages residents to make their voices heard on Caro Center discussions

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Kevin Daley on Monday announced an opportunity for residents of the 31st District to comment on the Caro Center discussions.

“In light of the Whitmer administration’s decision to halt the renovations to the Caro Center, I wanted to offer an opportunity for people to make their thoughts known on the importance of the Caro Center. I am encouraging everyone to visit my website, offer their input, and my office will make sure those comments are delivered to the governor’s office and the Department of Health and Human Services.”

A short survey has been set up at www.SenatorKevinDaley.com/survey/ with a section for feedback. The survey gives residents a chance to show their support or voice concerns about the project and share their thoughts on the decision by the governor and Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon to halt the $115 renovation to the Caro Psychiatric Center.

As people fill out the form, the messages are sent in real time, so the senator and staff will be able to read messages as they are submitted.

“I really look forward to hearing input from the community on this issue,” Daley said. “This is a major issue and has many families worrying. I want to hear your thoughts as we continue the fight to ensure the Caro Center stays at its current location. My office will make sure the governor hears what her constituents have to say.”

The survey can be found on Daley’s website or by clicking here.