Encinitas plans a survey of residents on their satisfaction with city services, according to a U-T San Diego report.Here's a question to ask:
The City Council OK’d the hiring of Encinitas-based True North Research to conduct the survey for up to $20,000, the U-T said Friday.
“It will have up to 30 questions and will include the answers of 400 residents reached by landline and cell phone. Residents not contacted will be able to provide answers online,” The U-T said. “The margin of error will be plus or minus 4.88 percentage points, a city staff report says.”
1) If the city didn't give workers huge pensions at 55 years old, it could:
a) build the Hall Park
b) fix the roads
c) put a fire station in Olivenhain
d) fix the Vulcan/101 bike puncture paths
e) complete Streetscape
f) stop overdeveloping to expand the tax base to feed the pension beast
g) all of the above
If you have suggestions for additional questions, please place them in the comments.