BY DON AINES
KEEDYSVILLE - The response was not overwhelming, but the majority of Keedysville residents who responded to a survey for a comprehensive plan update cited growth management as the No. 1 priority.
About 180 of the surveys were sent to households last month, but only 34 had been returned by Monday, according to Planning and Zoning Board Chairman Matt Hull.
In ranking the most important issues facing the town over the next decade, 84 percent of the respondents listed managing growth, 75 percent listed code enforcement and 72 percent want to maintain the town's "village atmosphere."