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Does the city listen to public input?

  1. Yes, I feel my input matters.
  2. More often than not.
  3. Sometimes.
  4. No.
  5. Too much so; officials are too often swayed by those who show up at city hall.
  6. There are times when facts matter more than “opinions.” City officials act accordingly and I value that.
  7. I don’t know.
  8. Other.
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Sep-06-18 10:52 AM

Robert01 summed it up beautifully - "Their decisions are NOT transparent and they are NOT fiscally responsible."

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Sep-03-18 9:08 AM

The City Council seems to listen to the City manager and the individual who controls the budget.Their decisions are not transparent and they are not fiscally responsible.

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Sep-02-18 10:22 AM

They have already MADE UP THEIR MIND " on pre-briefed, new, controversial issue prior to disclosure to the public. They promoted themselves as being the " voice of the people " but instead have become jaded and opinionated . They look at the voters as " uninformed idiots". They have sadly become " The Bully Pulpit".

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Sep-02-18 7:08 AM

lwmjr -- Is not "talking the talk, but not walking the walk" the natural and normal characteristic of ANY so-to-speak "successful" elected Pol ? ?

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Sep-01-18 12:13 PM

They might listen, but far too often it goes in one ear & directly out the other. A few of them up on council are quite good at talking the talk, NOT walking the walk.

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