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Name not shown inside City Limits February 4, 2020, 9:18 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (25), Parks and Recreation (15), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (15), Community Development (15), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (20), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (10)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Fire – Operations , Police – Community Affairs , Fire – Support Services , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, General Administration and Support Services – Management, Finance, HR, IT , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability , Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Recreation Programs – Recreation Services
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Begg Pool, Fire Station #2, Joslyn Community Center, Manhattan Beach Historical Red House at Polliwog Park, Manhattan Heights Community Center, Manhattan Beach Arts Center, Civic Center Plaza

Name not available inside City Limits February 4, 2020, 5:09 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (50), Parks and Recreation (15), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (10), Community Development (10), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (10), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (5)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Police – Patrol , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability , Fire – Operations , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Begg Pool

Name not shown inside City Limits February 3, 2020, 9:43 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (64), Parks and Recreation (6), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (10), Community Development (5), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (7), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (8)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Police – Patrol , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Fire – Operations , Fire – Support Services , Fire – Prevention , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Police – Investigations , Police – Technical Support Services , Police – Community Affairs , Community Development – Code Enforcement , Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Community Development – Traffic Engineering , Community Development – Planning/Zoning , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Recreation Programs – Older Adults , Recreation Programs – Sports and Aquatics , Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Recreation Programs – Cultural Arts , Community Development – Building , General Administration and Support Services – Management, Finance, HR, IT , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Fire Station #2, Joslyn Community Center, Manhattan Heights Community Center, Begg Pool, Civic Center Plaza , Manhattan Beach Historical Red House at Polliwog Park, Manhattan Beach Arts Center
Do you have any other comments on the City’s Budget or other priorities not listed in this survey? Emergency preparedness. CPR, First Aid and Disaster preparedness. All should also be priorities of our city..

Name not available inside City Limits February 3, 2020, 12:31 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (58), Parks and Recreation (13), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (11), Community Development (6), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (7), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (5)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Recreation Programs – Sports and Aquatics , Police – Technical Support Services , Police – Patrol , General Administration and Support Services – Management, Finance, HR, IT , Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability , Community Development – Building , Community Development – Planning/Zoning , Fire – Prevention , Police – Investigations , Recreation Programs – Cultural Arts , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Fire – Operations , Recreation Programs – Older Adults , Fire – Support Services , Community Development – Traffic Engineering , Police – Community Affairs , Community Development – Code Enforcement
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Begg Pool, Fire Station #2, Joslyn Community Center, Manhattan Beach Arts Center, Manhattan Heights Community Center, Manhattan Beach Historical Red House at Polliwog Park, Civic Center Plaza

Name not available inside City Limits February 1, 2020, 2:32 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (40), Parks and Recreation (10), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (6), Community Development (5), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (20), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (18)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Police – Patrol , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Fire – Prevention , Police – Investigations , Police – Technical Support Services , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Fire – Operations , Police – Community Affairs , Fire – Support Services , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Community Development – Traffic Engineering , Community Development – Code Enforcement , Community Development – Building , Community Development – Planning/Zoning , General Administration and Support Services – Management, Finance, HR, IT , Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Recreation Programs – Cultural Arts , Recreation Programs – Sports and Aquatics , Recreation Programs – Older Adults , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Joslyn Community Center
Do you have any other comments on the City’s Budget or other priorities not listed in this survey? Consider additional funding for MBUSD

Name not shown inside City Limits February 1, 2020, 10:08 AM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (25), Parks and Recreation (10), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (11), Community Development (10), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (12), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (12)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability , Fire – Operations , Fire – Prevention , Fire – Support Services , Police – Technical Support Services , Police – Community Affairs , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Police – Investigations , Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Recreation Programs – Cultural Arts
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Begg Pool, Fire Station #2, Manhattan Beach Arts Center, Manhattan Heights Community Center, Joslyn Community Center, Manhattan Beach Historical Red House at Polliwog Park, Civic Center Plaza
Do you have any other comments on the City’s Budget or other priorities not listed in this survey? Please do what you can to reduce the carbon footprint of our city.

If it's not done already, please make sure that lost pets are not sent to LA County Carson Shelter. Instead, please sign a contract with the LASPCA nearby. Thank you,

Name not available inside City Limits January 31, 2020, 10:28 AM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (50), Parks and Recreation (15), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (10), Community Development (5), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (10), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (10)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Community Development – Traffic Engineering , Police – Patrol , Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:

Name not shown inside City Limits January 31, 2020, 9:15 AM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (65), Parks and Recreation (8), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (8), Community Development (4), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (10), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (5)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Police – Patrol , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Community Development – Code Enforcement
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
Do you have any other comments on the City’s Budget or other priorities not listed in this survey? Stop spending on "showpiece items' and spend dollars for long-term infrastructure programs

Name not available inside City Limits January 31, 2020, 5:54 AM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (40), Parks and Recreation (20), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (17), Community Development (5), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (13), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (5)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Police – Patrol , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Recreation Programs – Recreation Services
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Begg Pool
Do you have any other comments on the City’s Budget or other priorities not listed in this survey? Address homeless persons problem

Name not available inside City Limits January 30, 2020, 8:19 PM

If you were on the City Council, how would you spend a budget dollar in the City’s General Fund? You've got one dollar to 'spend,' on essential City services. Allocate 100 green dots with each dot representing one cent, that reflects how you would budget City resources. Police and Fire Services (50), Parks and Recreation (14), General Administration & Support Services (Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology) (10), Community Development (9), Street Maintenance and Facilities (Maintenance Only – Capital Outlay paid from other Funding Sources) (12), Public Works Administration & Engineering (Management and Oversight of Operations and Capital Projects) (5)
If additional General Fund dollars become available, please rank your priorities for how the money should be allocated to current operational priorities. To see more detailed information on each priority, please click on the priority name. Fire – Operations , Police – Patrol , Fire – Emergency Medical Services , Police – Investigations , Public Works – Street Maintenance and Facilities, Recreation Programs – Recreation Services , Recreation Programs – Cultural Arts , Police – Traffic Safety and Parking Enforcement , Fire – Support Services , Community Development – Traffic Engineering , Fire – Prevention , Recreation Programs – Sports and Aquatics , Recreation Programs – Older Adults , Police – Technical Support Services , Public Works – Administration & Engineering for Maintenance and Infrastructure Projects , Community Development – Code Enforcement , Community Development – Building , Community Development – Planning/Zoning , Police – Community Affairs , General Administration and Support Services – Management, Finance, HR, IT , Community Development – Environmental Sustainability
Although these infrastructure priorities often have dedicated funding sources described above, community input is essential to align City resources with community preferences. Please rate the following infrastructure priorities on a scale of “1-Low Importance” to “5-High Importance”:
If other funding becomes available, please prioritize your choice for the facility you think is most in need of significant updating, remodeling and/or replacement: Fire Station #2, Begg Pool, Manhattan Beach Arts Center, Manhattan Heights Community Center, Joslyn Community Center, Civic Center Plaza , Manhattan Beach Historical Red House at Polliwog Park