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  1. I think the investigation was comprehensive. I’m satisfied with the report and its findings.
  2. I’m satisfied, for the most part. Special Counsel Robert Mueller did an adequate job.
  3. The investigation left some questions. I think there are areas and issues for additional scrutiny.
  4. A witch hunt; a complete waste of time and money.
  5. It’s done. It’s over. It’s time to move on.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. Maybe, if I were looking for something in particular.
  3. Probably not.
  4. No.
  1. Yes.
  2. No, keep it a secondary offense where you can get a ticket for texting but only if you are stopped for something else.
  3. I don’t think it should be an offense at all.
  1. Yes, for both.
  2. Yes, for streetlights.
  3. Yes, for sidewalks.
  4. Maybe. It depends on how much.
  5. Property owners getting a direct benefit should be the ones to pay.
  6. The city should re-prioritize existing funds for these capital improvements. Cut things not as important.
  7. No, these are ongoing budget items. The city is already addressing the need.
  8. Other.
  1. More money for defense, more for vets, $8.6 billion for the border wall and domestic spending cuts? What’s not to like?
  2. Good starting point; some things I like, some not so much.
  3. Typical mixed bag. About what I expected. Shrug.
  4. Cuts to education, Medicaid and Medicare, Social Security and environmental programs? What’s to like?
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, both.
  2. I’d like to see more commercial.
  3. I’d like to see more multi-family.
  4. Yes, more multi-family but we don’t need “affordable housing.”
  5. Maybe. It depends the project details.
  6. I like the Cape the way it is. Protecting the integrity of residential neighborhoods should be paramount.
  7. Other,
  1. An “A” - very transparent.
  2. A “B” - mostly transparent.
  3. A “C” - it’s government, it’s about average
  4. A “D” - Sub-par; the public gets too little information too late.
  5. An “F” - Not at all. It seems like everything is pretty much decided before the public gets to weigh in.
  1. It raised a lot of issues of concern that need to be pursued.
  2. Some interesting issues, some self-interest blathering.
  3. It was useless.
  4. I wasn’t interested and so didn’t follow it.
  1. es, especially weather wise.
  2. Perhaps, but I don’t think there will be any significant impacts in the foreseeable
  3. No.
  4. What climate change?
  1. I agree, school threats should not be tolerated, students making them should face serious charges.
  2. Theats, false or not, should not be tolerated but a felony charge seems a bit much, especially for younger students.
  3. I don’t like zero tolerance policies. Con-sequences should be determined case-by-case.
  4. Other.
  1. Love it, it’s a good improvement to the South Cape.
  2. It’s OK, I hope it generates the additional foot traffic it is intended to.
  3. I like it but it seems premature for the area.
  4. It’s a waste of taxpayer dollars.
  5. I haven’t seen it.
  1. So far, so good!
  2. Better than I expected.
  3. My opinions are mixed.
  4. Too much too soon.
  5. Too soon to tell.
  6. I’m not happy.
  1. Yes.
  2. I favor the wall but I’d like to see some compromise.
  3. No.
  1. Yes. I have no or little issue with the 3 a.m. closing time.
  2. Yes, but more conditions are needed.
  3. Maybe, I need more information.
  4. No.
  5. Bars, like other businesses, should be able to set the hours that work for them.
  6. This is not an issue for me.
  1. I liked the different street and parking configuation due to the Streetscape project.
  2. We always enjoy it; no issues.
  3. Hated the off-street parking for bikes. How’s that a Bike Night?
  4. I don’t attend Bike Night; this doesn’t affect me.
  1. Always.
  2. When I can.
  3. I would if I had anything to spare.
  4. No, not really.
  5. I do year-around giving.
  1. Yes, the project has been in the works for years and the environmental permissions are in hand. Move forward.
  2. Maybe. I’d like to see the critics’ concerns publically addressed first.
  3. No. The device serves an environmental need and protects water quality.
  4. I’m not sure, I haven’t followed this issue.
  1. I think we should allow the process to work; get the recounts done as the statutes provide.
  2. I’m not sure what to think.
  3. I’m appalled, there needs to be an investigation.
  4. Recount, move on and fix it for next time. Florida has a recurring problem.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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