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Name not shown in Charleston Terrace May 13, 2020, 11:40 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (1), Infrastructure and Environment (1), Planning and Transportation (2), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (2), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (2), Administration and Government (2)


In the space below, please provide any additional comments or input on the City’s budget process and priorities the City Council should consider for FY 2020-2021.
I support teen services, and hope that they remain. With everything that's been happening, I want my peers to keep being creative and outgoing and building their skills.

Aleksandar Milivojevic in Charleston Terrace May 13, 2020, 10:47 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (3), Infrastructure and Environment (2), Planning and Transportation (1), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (4)


In the space below, please provide any additional comments or input on the City’s budget process and priorities the City Council should consider for FY 2020-2021.
The city should keep supporting teen services. The value of services they provide greatly outweighs their costs. They are often tiny line items in the budget. Cutting them off would provide little to no savings, while the residents would lose valuable service.

Name not shown in Charleston Terrace May 13, 2020, 10:36 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (5), Infrastructure and Environment (2), Planning and Transportation (1), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (2)


In the space below, please provide any additional comments or input on the City’s budget process and priorities the City Council should consider for FY 2020-2021.
For some reason I was listed in Charleston Terrace. I'm in Adobe Meadow.

Name not shown in Charleston Terrace May 13, 2020, 10:06 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (3), Infrastructure and Environment (1), Planning and Transportation (1), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (2), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (2), Administration and Government (1)

Name not shown in Greenmeadow May 13, 2020, 9:43 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (4), Infrastructure and Environment (4), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (1), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (1)

Name not shown outside Palo Alto May 13, 2020, 9:06 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (1), Infrastructure and Environment (4), Planning and Transportation (2), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (1), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (1), Administration and Government (1)

Name not shown in Charleston Terrace May 13, 2020, 9:00 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (1), Infrastructure and Environment (3), Planning and Transportation (1), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (2), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (3)

Albert Henning in Community Center May 13, 2020, 8:59 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (1), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (5), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (4)


In the space below, please provide any additional comments or input on the City’s budget process and priorities the City Council should consider for FY 2020-2021.
1) Consider ballot measure for 3-year parcel tax, to compensate for shortfalls
2) Focus on support for small business, NOT landlords.
3) Since aerosol transmission for SARS-CoV-2 is so high, making any indoor gathering dangerous: Consider material support for indoor HEPA-based air handling for small businesses: portable HEPA modules, and self-contained personal HEPA filtration, so that e.g. nail salons can re-open safely. (Retrofitted HVAC Systems are difficult and expensive for indoor spaces, but buildings which have HEPA filtration should be able to be certified and permitted to reopen.)

Name not shown in Community Center May 13, 2020, 8:54 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Public Safety (3), Infrastructure and Environment (4), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (3)

Micaela di Bagnolo in Crescent Park May 13, 2020, 8:45 PM

How would you prioritize the City’s six service areas? The more dots you assign to a service area, the higher a priority it is for you.
Infrastructure and Environment (1), Planning and Transportation (3), Economic Sustainability and Business Support (4), Neighborhood, Community and Library Services (2)