Again with several Questionnaires candidates have answered, Civic Satisfaction asks only these few:
Given wide fervor and early success of intermodal traffic to walk, bike, drive, bus and rail, Denver still runs one of the highest car densities in the world, so traffic.
1. How would you time the traffic lights in our main corridors to move the flow and make shops and strips a better ‘location?‘
2. Parking permit areas could blend business and city financed parking garages into these neighborhoods. What are your thoughts and can we push enough for more parks?
3. Young adults and older kids have always congregated and cruised to socialize. Do you lean more toward helping businesses profit from and welcome cruisers, intermodally, socially and to blunt gangs? Or do you dislike cruising or something totally different?
4. Do you enjoy full campaign attention in this narrower run-off field? Might District races stand alone to cut interference from higher races, help voters focus and perhaps increase turnout?
5. How do you feel about Clean Campaigns, publicly financed elections for Denver? How else would your improve elections in Denver?
The Mayor says we have a good balance between business and people. Some say he leans toward developers.
6. How would you help or correct this balance?
We have links to some of the major Questionnaires and will take requests for more. We’re still building links to each of your websites. And if you would like to write a piece for Civic Satisfaction’s activist users, please feel free.
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