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  1. Playgrounds.
  2. Sports and athletic facilities.
  3. Walking paths, greenspace.
  4. Water amenities like pools, slash pads and beach areas.
  5. An amphitheater.
  6. All or most of the above.
  7. We don’t need to be investing $60 million on parks.
  8. Other.
  1. Yes, we’ve been there too long and are losing too may service members.
  2. Yes, there and elsewhere -- we need to stop serving as the world’s police force.
  3. No, we’re there to try to help keep the peace and eliminate terrorism and terrorists.
  4. No, Syria cannot protect itself.
  5. I have no opinion.
  6. Other.
  1. Bus stops are safer; it’s a good step forward.
  2. I see some improvement in some areas but more effort is needed.
  3. Who is kidding who? Spend the money and fix the safety issues — lack of sidewalks, lack of bike paths, lack of street lights and school hours that put kids on the streets in the dark.
  4. This is not a new issue and it’s not one government is ever going to be able to totally fix.
  5. Other.
  1. Houston Astros
  2. New York Yankees
  3. Minnesota Twins
  4. Tampa Bay Rays
  5. Oakland Athletics
  1. I think it should proceed, the allegation is serious.
  2. I have no problem with it. It’s what you do when issues are raised.
  3. Another witch hunt. Enough is enough.
  4. This is the new normal: Partisan politics with accusations flying both ways.
  5. Headline du jour. It’s a media-driven non-story.
  6. If true, so what?
  7. Other.
  1. We’re making progress.
  2. Small steps but so far, so good.
  3. Mixed bag, progress in some areas, little in others.
  4. Still not enough.
  5. What water quality efforts?
  6. Other.
  1. Yes
  2. Yes, he should be able to play until the investigation is complete.
  3. No
  4. No, the accusation is serious.
  5. No, the NFL should step in and handle the situation.
  6. He should never have been allowed to leave the Raiders and sign with the Patriots.
  1. Yes, one is to be built in my neighborhood and I have some ideas of what amenities I’d like to see.
  2. Yes, I’d like to see where and how the city intends to spend the $60 million voters approved for parks.
  3. Yes, I want to make sure these parks are more passive, and are not going to create noise or traffic in my neighborhood.
  4. Maybe.
  5. No.
  1. I already have.
  2. Yes, I always contribute to relief efforts of this type.
  3. Probably.
  4. I would if I could.
  5. No.
  1. Yes, I prepare at the beginning of the season.
  2. Almost. I still need to pick up water and top off the gas tank.
  3. Not yet. I wait until we’re under a hurricane watch.
  4. We don’t prepare; we evacuate if need be.
  5. Nope.
  1. I support President Trump’s efforts. He should hold firm.
  2. I think after the dust clears, it will be resolved with a trade agreement that has some give and take. Let the process work.
  3. Headline crisis du jour.
  4. It may be a good idea in theory, but I’m not willing to pay for it through higher consumer prices.
  5. Ill conceived and ill played. I don’t support the President’s actions.
  6. Other.
  1. Gun control. Period. It’s time.
  2. Ban weapons that fall into the “assault rifle” category. Ban large-load magazines.
  3. More and better back-ground checks for gun purchases.
  4. More and better access to affordable or free mental health care.
  5. There is no single or simple answer. Violence as a way of expression has permeated our society. That’s what needs to be addressed.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, cats and canines should not be sold at stores and pet shops. Let the city take a stand.
  2. With only one establishment in Cape Coral to be affected, I don’t see the need. Anyone who wants to buy a puppy or kitten, still won’t need to drive very far to do so.
  3. No, a retail ban doesn’t address the real issues -- pets that are not spayed or neutered and backyard breeders. Let the city address that.
  4. Other.
  1. I support his recommendation.
  2. It’s a good starting point for budget discussions.
  3. Leave it at the current rate. I’m willing to pay for more of the things the city needs like sidewalks, street lights and road repaving.
  4. Council should start at the rollback rate of 6.49 mills, which would bring in same amount of property tax revenue.
  5. It’s time to reduce the overall city tax bill. Shaving the millage while increasing other levies is not a tax cut. Give us one.
  6. Other.
  1. I support it. I see no problem letting police or code enforcement issue citations based on citizen complaints.
  2. I’d like to see stricter enforcement but think the violation has to be heard by the police or code officer.
  3. I need more information.
  4. No.
  1. Yes, Cape Coral is not the place for private fireworks “shows” nor should individuals be shooting fireworks.
  2. I’d prefer to see more regulation and enforcement instead of a ban.
  3. Close the state waiver loophole. Nobody is buying small mortars and other flying or exploding devices to scare birds.
  4. No.
  1. Yes, the whole concept is wrong.
  2. Maybe some of them.
  3. I see the need, but conditions must be strictly monitored and stays must be short.
  4. No, they serve a purpose.
  5. Other.
  1. Great start. Looking forward to change in 2020.
  2. No surprises. I plan to follow the process.
  3. I agree with President Trump: Boring.
  4. I didn’t watch.
  5. I usually don’t follow the primary process this early; I wait until there are distinct frontrunners.
  6. Not interested. I vote Republican.
  1. Loved it. Looking forward to another win in 2020.
  2. Election season has begun for both sides. Strong kickoff and I like that he chose Florida for his first re-election rally.
  3. No surprises. Waiting to see who lines up on the other side.
  4. No. No second term.
  5. A second term? He shouldn’t be in office.


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