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Jeanne Labuda, Candidate Denver City Council District 2 Answers
Subject: Re: 6 More Questions If You Will
From: Labuda for Denver City Council
Date: Thu, Apr 16, 2015 3:53 pm
Walt, here are my answers, as well as I can do right now:

1.  All traffic lights should be timed, adjusted for rush hours, and with enough time for pedestrians to cross.
2.  Cruisers--if you are talking about police cruisers, I would like more.  If you are talking about individuals cruising, well...lots of cruising on Federal Blvd. goes on during Cinco de Mayo and similar celebrations.  With the current police presence during these events, the cruising does not impact the neighborhoods so much, so I presume the improvements are good and permanent.
3.  In Southwest Denver, I know of no parking garages or parking permit areas.
4.  There have been so many questionnaires and debates that my mind is still spinning from all of them.  I wish there were fewer, but it seems that every special interest wants their specific concerns addressed.
5.  I wholeheartedly support Clean Campaigns and publicly funded elections.
6.  I know nothing about this.  However, if elected, I will host regularly (hopefully weekly) meetings in my office or in a central location where experts in a field (such as CDOT) are invited to speak with interested constituents; it will be a conversation, with facts presented, with new ideas solicited, with compromises discussed, and with any changes to be made suggested to me for City Council to consider.

On Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 3:30 PM, <> wrote:
With several Questionnaires that more serious candidates have answered, Civic Satisfaction has only these few:

1. What are your thoughts on timing the traffic lights in your District, Denver and the metro area?
2. Do you lean more toward helping businesses profit from and welcome cruisers in your District, Denver and the metro area, dislike cruising or something totally different?
3. What are your thoughts on city financed parking garages to in parking permit areas of your District and Denver?
4. You’ve probably lost speaking time with groups so citywide candidates could speak. What are your thoughts to improve elections in Denver?
5. How do you feel about Clean Campaigns, publicly financed elections for Denver?
6. What are your thoughts on Denver’s current balance between business and people?

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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