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Name not available inside Neighborhood 6 July 6, 2020, 11:10 AM

What are your highest priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure?
Support community organizations and non-profits that serve the community's most vulnerable, Requiring all funds used locally to benefit the community, Repair streets and potholes, Protect creeks from pollution, Prepare for wildfires and other natural disasters, Help ensure children have safe places to play, Preserve open space and natural areas , Address homelessness, Keep public areas safe and clean, Maintain public safety, fire and emergency response, Programs that support economic recovery, Protecting long-term fiscal stability


Are there other high priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure not listed in Question 1?
Place a stop sign or protected walkway on the corner of Leff and Osos

Name not available outside Neighborhoods July 5, 2020, 10:28 AM

What are your highest priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure?
Maintain public safety, fire and emergency response, Help ensure children have safe places to play, Address homelessness, Preserve open space and natural areas , Programs that support economic recovery, Repair streets and potholes, Support community organizations and non-profits that serve the community's most vulnerable, Protecting long-term fiscal stability, Prepare for wildfires and other natural disasters, Protect creeks from pollution, Keep public areas safe and clean, Requiring all funds used locally to benefit the community


Are there other high priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure not listed in Question 1?
Having more recycling education/less contamination, and more places to compost, A community garden downtown

Phil Wagner inside Neighborhood 8 July 5, 2020, 8:39 AM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
Very ambitious! Lots of great ideas that will take many community meetings to sell the plan. I hope the community sees the opportunity and the absolute need to implement the ideas in the plan. With resources are diminishing, the population growing, community cooperation and thinking outside the box are critical.

Name not available inside Neighborhood 8 July 3, 2020, 11:41 AM

My husband and I love biking along the Central Coast but don't feel safe on so many roads with bike lanes being no more than a glorified shoulder on most roads in SLO. I see so many people biking down Tank Farm and get sooo nervous with how close they have to be to these cars going 50mph. Bike lanes should be a greater distance from cars, clearly marked (painted green, maybe?) and a designated space beyond the shoulder.

Name not shown inside Neighborhood 1 July 3, 2020, 9:21 AM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
Looks good. I'm wondering about acquisition of more open space, especially around San Luis Mountain. Also wondering about safer bike routes throughout the city, especially in and around Cal Poly along Foothill and Chorro etc. This is so unsafe and discouraging to ride, especially along Foothill as you approach Casa and California streets.


Name not shown inside Neighborhood 7 July 2, 2020, 12:12 PM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
"Social equity" and the climate action plan to create a safe community, needs to better address the lack of housing and resources for homeless people. They are residents also even if they cannot prove it with pieces of paper or identification. If you cannot or refuse to house people because they don't want to follow your rules, or pay you money for shelter, it would remain an issue with the climate action plan, and also show us you don't really value people. Our social equity over all, might actually depend on how you treat and take care of the poorest residents. If you continue to deny them shelter and treat them as sub-humans, then you're showing us our level of social equity, which is that we don't really matter and we deserve to be treated as sub-human and less than.

Name not shown outside Neighborhoods July 1, 2020, 7:52 PM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
A lot of wonderful ideas have been proposed. For me, top of the list are city vehicles and city buildings.

Name not shown outside Neighborhoods July 1, 2020, 4:12 PM

What are your highest priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure?
Repair streets and potholes, Protecting long-term fiscal stability, Keep public areas safe and clean, Maintain public safety, fire and emergency response, Programs that support economic recovery, Help ensure children have safe places to play, Protect creeks from pollution, Preserve open space and natural areas , Requiring all funds used locally to benefit the community, Prepare for wildfires and other natural disasters, Support community organizations and non-profits that serve the community's most vulnerable, Address homelessness


Are there other high priorities related to City services, maintenance and infrastructure not listed in Question 1?
Increase redundant roadway choices for east-west travel across 101, More Class I paths, Reduce fees and regulations

Name not shown inside Neighborhood 1 July 1, 2020, 3:33 PM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
Thanks for the effort.
Unfortunately, many of the goals lack the (costly) infrastructure to measure and enforce.
Let's become (an insulated) Santa Barbara NOT another Morro Bay or Pismo Beach.
We need to attract residents who can afford and want to live here in SLO.
Spend our tax dollars on fixing roads, bridges, helping to educate the next generation, & insisting Cal Poly & Cuesta house 80% of these students.
Again, Thank you.


Name not shown inside Neighborhood 7 July 1, 2020, 3:13 PM

Please share your feedback on the Public Review Draft: Climate Action Plan for Community Recovery to achieve the community's Climate Action Goals.
It starts with "lead by example" and correctly points to transportation as a major source, but fails to discuss when the city plans to convert its vehicles to electric. When will city government, public works, police, fire, buses and recycling/trash vehicles be electric or non-carbon emitting? When will the city-owned buildings be retrofitted to be carbon neutral? Before imposing this plan on constituents, impose it on the things you have direct control of, while remaining within the current budget.