In the aftermath of the recession, the City of Los Angeles is in poor financial shape, and cuts will have to be made to the budget. What do you think should be cut, and what services should be maintained?
Now you can have a voice in this important decision. The City has created an online budget survey for stakeholders, and is taking the results of the survey very seriously.
If you want your input included, you must fill out the survey by tomorrow (Friday) at the latest. It only takes about 10 minutes to complete the survey – so do it now. You can access the survey here.
Note: We are in the Mid City West Community Council area.
The City describes the survey this way: The Los Angeles Budget Survey deadline has been extended through March 4, 2011 to accommodate the many stakeholders who have not yet had a chance to voice their choice on which City Services to preserve and which will have to take on deeper cuts. This will have an impact on the quality of life issues that matter to you most. Take a moment to DO the SURVEY, and pass it on to your family, friends, neighbors, colleagues and associates, and anyone else you know that has a stake in LA. This is a unique opportunity to have your voice and choice heard directly at City Hall. Don’t let this chance slip by, and claim later that you did not have the opportunity to weigh in.