MEDFORD, Ore. — Over 200 homes were surveyed Monday evening in Southeast Medford. It's the 16th time city officials have conducted Operation C.A.R.E.
This time, city officials are surveying residents in the Summerfield neighborhood about any concerns or suggestions they may have for the city.
Mike Zaronsinski says, "We have to take a moment to reassure everyone, especially when three people show up at your door unexpectedly on a Monday evening that there's nothing nefarious and nothing to worried, about, we are just wanting to check in on you."
The results for Monday’s Operation C.A.R.E. will be released within the next two months. The next operation will be scheduled for July.
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