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  1. Helped, the new Oct. 3 election date provided an opportunity to see how candidates reacted to the crisis.
  2. Hindered, voters are more focused on post-storm issues now.
  3. It didn’t matter; it’s simply a new date.
  4. It doesn’t affect me, I’m not planning to vote
  5. Other.
  1. Very well, including a generator.
  2. Pretty well, we had plenty of gas, water, food and flashlights.
  3. OK, but we ran out of ice and were worried about fuel.
  4. We weren’t prepared, unfortunately.
  5. We didn’t prepare, we left.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. No.
  3. I was planning on it but decided to stay.
  4. I wish I could or wish I had.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, the city needs better drainage.
  2. No, it’s a rare occurrence and the city did a good job dealing with it.
  3. All things considered elsewhere, we should count ourselves lucky.
  4. I wasn’t affected.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, take it down
  2. No, leave it up
  3. Replace it with Lee in civilian clothing.
  1. Yes.
  2. No.
  3. Maybe, it depends on the amount.
  4. I don’t believe a tax increase would be necessary.
  5. Other.
  1. Wonderful, I’m very happy here.
  2. Pretty good, better than most.
  3. I have few complaints.
  4. Not so good.
  5. I’d like to move.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, the situation is too unstable.
  2. No, not with Trump in office.
  3. No, I have faith in the U.S. military no matter what comes down.
  4. No, I think it will cool itself off.
  5. Somewhat.
  6. I’m not really following the issue.
  7. Other.
  1. Taxes - they need to be lower.
  2. Roads, repaving and sidewalks.
  3. Parks and green space.
  4. Money for general programs and services.
  5. Public safety.
  6. Economic development efforts.
  7. Code enforcement and cleanup.
  8. Other.
  1. Yes, multiple times a week.
  2. Yes, at least once a week.
  3. Yes, at least once a month.
  4. Rarely.
  5. No.
  1. Attend forums to meet, and hear, all the candidates.
  2. News stories and news web sites.
  3. Candidate campaign literature, mailers, and web sites.
  4. Discussion with friends, neighbors, others I respect.
  5. All or most of the above.
  6. Although it’s a non-partisan race, I check party affiliation.
  7. My mind is already made up.
  8. I am eligible to vote but am not planning to; I won’t be following this election.
  1. Red, White & Boom or some other community event.
  2. Picnic, barbecue or the beach and then fireworks at a local venue.
  3. We stay home, have fun with family and friends.
  4. Nothing special
  5. I work.
  6. Others.
  1. I agree with it, the land use should remain parks and recreational use.
  2. I disagree. The land is zoned for single-family residential and the land use should match the zoning.
  3. It doesn’t matter, it will come down to how Council votes.
  4. If the neighbors want a park, let them buy it. Otherwise, let the owners develop it. It’s that simple.
  5. The city should buy it and put this issue to rest.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. Almost.
  3. We put our kit together with the first warning.
  4. We don’t “prepare,” we evacuate.
  5. We don’t do anything special.
  6. Other.
  1. Attend a service or visit a cemetery.
  2. Spend the day with family or friends
  3. have to work.
  4. Nothing special.
  5. Other.
  1. College costs.
  2. Cost of living.
  3. Job market.
  4. Quality of education.
  5. Lack of life skills.
  6. Their own expectations.
  7. All of the above.
  8. Other.
  1. Pass it.
  2. Still needs work, tweak it.
  3. Worse than what we have — reject it and start over.
  4. Keep Obamacare.
  5. We need a single-payer system.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. No, she’s done nothing wrong.
  3. If she doesn’t, the governor should remove her.
  4. She apologized, let’s more on.
  5. Council should censure her for her walk-out
  6. This is a non-issue; she’s leaving in November, just let her finish her term.
  7. Other.
  1. It’s fine; it’s an intermitant weather related problem and not a big deal.
  2. It’s OK, but the city needs a permanent solution to irrigation water shortages.
  3. It’s the wrong solution.
  4. The issue isn’t a water shortage, it’s too much use due to non-native landscaping or overwatering.
  5. Other.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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