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  1. Yes, the South Cape needs that type of revitalization.
  2. Maybe, if it can be funded by working with the private sector.
  3. I’d like to see that but it’s probably not a realistic goal — we have no beaches.
  4. No, we don’t need additional crowding and the traffic during season.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, 5% as suggested.
  2. Yes, 4%
  3. Yes, 3%.
  4. Yes, 2% or less.
  5. No.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, within the 2-mile radius.
  2. Yes, if the city can do it without a tax increase.
  3. Yes, but only if they use state grant money.
  4. Maybe, depending on what else might not get funded.
  5. No.
  6. Other.
  1. Travis Smith (Mariner)
  2. Wayne Blair (Island Coast)
  3. Earnest Graham (North Fort Myers)
  4. Bill Shields (Bishop Verot
  5. James Magas (Oasis)
  6. Xavier McCray (Cypress Lake)
  7. Damon Jones (Riverdale)
  1. I agree, enough is enough.
  2. I might agree if I knew what the replacement plan was.
  3. I disagree.
  4. Ihave no children in the system.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, if to maintain level of service.
  2. Maybe, depending on the amount and any related reduction in the property tax rate.
  3. No, it’s an end run around the property tax cap and Save Our Homes.
  4. I’m not affected.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. For some races.
  3. No, I’m still undecided for most.
  4. I’m not planning to vote.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, it made me pay more attention to warnings.
  2. Yes, for a while.
  3. No, not really.
  4. I wasn’t here for Hurricane Charley.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, by mail-in ballot.
  2. Yes, early voting.
  3. Yes,on election day.
  4. No.
  1. Yes, it’s an early warning system.
  2. No.
  3. Maybe, but how can you enforce the warnings?
  4. I’d rather see the money spent on lifeguards.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. No, I prefer to buy from a breeder.
  3. No, but we have adopted a stray.
  4. I use the classifies.
  5. I’ve never had a pet.
  6. Other.
  1. First year
  2. Two years
  3. Three years
  4. Four years
  5. Five or more years
  6. Never
  7. Don't care
  1. Absolutely!
  2. Yes, but our freedms are eroding.
  3. Not any more.
  4. Other.
  1. Yes, it’s time.
  2. No, it’s up to the team ownership.
  3. Maybe, but the government should not get involved.
  4. I don’t care either way.
  5. Other.
  1. We have to go back in.
  2. It’s not our problem, we should not send troops.
  3. Diplomacy and sanctions.
  4. I don’t know yet; it’s an evolving problem.
  5. Other.
  1. I have no problem with it; we’re bringing him home where any issues as to his actions can be addressed.
  2. There’s not enough information on how he got captured to have an opinion yet.
  3. Negotiating with terrorists is wrong.
  4. He’s a deserter; he should face court martial.
  5. He’s coming home, he paid for any mistakes, leave him alone.
  6. Other.
  1. I see an improvement.
  2. Give it a chance to work; it’s too early to tell.
  3. Re-vamp the valet parking plan now; immediate correction is needed.
  4. What parking problem?
  5. Parking has always been an issue; the lot needs to be expanded or supplemented offsite.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, we get ready early.
  2. Mostly; we wait to stock up on food and water.
  3. We wait until there’s a hurricane watch or warning.
  4. We don’t “prepare;” we evacuate.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes, absolutely.
  2. No.
  3. It’s no different than any other place, it has its pluses and minuses.
  4. It’s getting there.
  5. It used to be.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, the rules are too restrictive.
  2. Yes, the rules aren’t restrictive enough.
  3. No. Deviations should continue on a case-by-case basis.
  4. I don’t have an opinion.
  5. Other.
 
 
 
 

 

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