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As the time frame on the 2010 Strategic Plan nears its completion date, city staff would like to know how you think it should spend its time and your tax dollars on the few remaining strategic plan tasks as it develops the FY19-20 budget.

Information has been shared with City staff.

This topic has 137 visitors and 47 budget priorities. That's 2.5 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per budget priorities. It is now closed to participation.

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The City of Decatur and the design team of Landis-Evans & Partners/Atkins would like your comments on alternative concepts for improving the Atlanta Avenue railroad crossing.

This topic has 134 visitors and 20 responses. That's 1.1 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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City of Decatur staff and the design team led by Landis-Evans & Partners and Atkins would like your feedback on the problems and opportunities at the Atlanta Avenue railroad crossing.

This topic has 106 visitors and 20 responses: 13 registered responses and 7 unregistered responses. That's 60 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Commissioner Walsh will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of shared spaces within the City on Wednesday, 10/3 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this area that you would like for her to answer?

This topic has 19 visitors and 1 statement: 0 registered statements and 1 unregistered statement. It is now closed to participation.

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City of Decatur and the City Schools of Decatur are examining the transportation network in the southeast portion of the City. With new development coming online, this portion of the City is entering a transformative period. The project team is seeking your input on the draft recommendations.

This topic has 400 visitors and 191 responses: 71 registered responses and 120 unregistered responses. That's 9.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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City Manager Peggy Merriss announced her retirement from the City effective 12/31/18. The City Commission hired GovHR to lead the executive search for the position; and, as part of the process GovHR is seeking input on the qualities, skills and traits that are important for a new city manager.

This topic has 123 visitors and 36 responses: 21 registered responses and 15 unregistered responses. That's 1.8 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Do you support or oppose the adoption of the revised 2017-2018 and proposed 2018-2019 budgets by the City Commission?

This topic has 29 visitors and 3 positions: 0 registered positions and 3 unregistered positions. It is now closed to participation.

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Mayor pro tem Powers will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of the myths and facts of development in the City on Wednesday, 5/23 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this area that you would like for him to answer?

This topic has 23 visitors and 5 statements: 5 registered statements and 0 unregistered statements. It is now closed to participation.

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Mayor Garrett will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of tensions between modes of transportation in the City on Wednesday, 5/2 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this area that you would like for her to answer?

This topic has 87 visitors and 16 statements: 11 registered statements and 5 unregistered statements. That's 48 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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The 2018 edition of the National Citizen Survey was mailed to 1,500 randomly selected households in the City of Decatur in early February. If you didn’t receive a copy this year but want to share your thoughts on a few questions, here’s your chance.

This topic has 171 visitors and 113 responses: 54 registered responses and 59 unregistered responses. That's 5.7 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Commissioner Smith will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topics of the role of youth in Decatur as well as development on Wednesday, 11/1 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to these area that you would like for him to answer?

This topic has 22 visitors and 3 statements: 2 registered statements and 1 unregistered statement. It is now closed to participation.

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Commissioner Powers will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of the role of the city and schools including ongoing and potential initiatives and partnerships on Thursday, 9/28 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this area that you would like for him to answer?

This topic has 35 visitors and 8 statements: 7 registered statements and 1 unregistered statement. That's 24 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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Commissioner Drake will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of Keeping It Indie-Catur – advantages and challenges facing businesses and business life in Decatur on Thursday, 8/24 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to these areas that you would like for him to answer?

This topic has 8 visitors and 1 statement: 1 registered statement and 0 unregistered statements. It is now closed to participation.

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The city is looking into the possibilities of a bike share program. Do you see a benefit in partnering with the City of Atlanta and CycleHop on a bike share program? Is this a service that you would use?

This topic has 28 visitors and 9 positions: 4 registered positions and 5 unregistered positions. That's 27 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per position. It is now closed to participation.

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The City of Decatur is exploring ideas to improve the safety, comfort, and sense of place along Howard Avenue. Based on the concepts that have been drafted, do you have feedback or suggestions for the project team?

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This topic has 521 visitors and 67 statements: 50 registered statements and 17 unregistered statements. That's 3.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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Do you support or oppose the adoption of the revised 2016-2017 and proposed 2017-2018 budgets by the City Commission?

This topic has 38 visitors and 8 positions: 6 registered positions and 2 unregistered positions. That's 24 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per position. It is now closed to participation.

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The City of Decatur is exploring ideas to improve the safety, comfort, and sense of place along Howard Avenue. Do you have any ideas on how to improve this corridor?

Under Review

This topic has 56 visitors and 6 ideas: 4 registered ideas and 2 unregistered ideas. It is now closed to participation.

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Ms. Merriss will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of the city organization and the budgeting process on Monday, 5/22 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to these areas that you would like for her to answer?

This topic has 10 visitors and 0 statements. It is now closed to participation.

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The Mayor pro tem will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of transportation in the city on Monday, 4/24 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this topic that you would like for him to answer?

This topic has 87 visitors and 7 statements: 2 registered statements and 5 unregistered statements. That's 21 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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The Mayor will speak for approximately 15-20 minutes on the topic of Decatur’s commitment to being a just, welcoming, equitable, inclusive and compassionate city on Monday, 3/27 from 7-8 p.m. Do you have a question relating to this topic that you would like for her to answer?

This topic has 45 visitors and 7 statements: 6 registered statements and 1 unregistered statement. That's 21 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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