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Where do you live?

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  • followed this page 2017-02-24 23:02:42 -0800
  • answered 2017-02-23 10:37:00 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: The city does a great job of quickly painting over graffiti once it has been reported but it is still rampant and many businesses are plagued by it and possibly do not know they can report it on the 311 app. There needs to be more public trash cans along Wabash. There are still quite a few businesses between Setinel and City Terrace Dr. but no trash cans! Trash ends up blowing onto residents property because people leave their trash on the sidewalk (there is nowhere to throw it).
  • answered 2017-02-23 10:34:04 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-02-12 19:48:40 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Homelessness and affordable housing is the most important issue in our district.
  • answered 2017-02-12 19:48:21 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-11 14:19:43 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-08 23:26:30 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-08 13:25:40 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I work at a homeless services agency in another district, but I hope that our district can be part of a solution to getting people off the streets and into permanent supportive housing. I hope that we can be a district that looks out for the most vulnerable people in our city.
  • answered 2017-02-01 20:20:12 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I believe the broken windows theory works. Remove graffiti and litter and the community thrives. Like New York City.
  • answered 2017-02-01 20:18:46 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-01-31 23:40:25 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-27 23:53:03 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I wish there were more events to motivate the next generation to take an active role in government.
  • answered 2017-01-27 23:52:22 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-27 09:49:28 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: We have noticed more criminal activity in the neighborhood and not too long ago a person was shot outside my window.
  • answered 2017-01-27 09:48:45 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-26 07:27:40 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-23 10:06:16 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-17 15:27:56 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-12 22:58:30 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-10 09:40:20 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I am new to Occidental College as the Coordinator of Community programs for 3 departments, OxyArts, Center for Community Based Learning and the Institute for the Study of Los Angeles. I would like to be connected so I can serve as a liaison for the school and community of Northeast LA.
  • answered 2017-01-10 09:38:52 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-01 16:18:11 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space
  • answered 2016-12-26 20:34:42 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2016-12-13 16:48:48 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2016-11-29 11:12:39 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: It’s all important, but community events can help neighbors become familiar with one another to ensure that our community remains clean, efficient, and safe.
  • answered 2016-11-29 11:11:53 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2016-11-22 10:16:23 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I have been a resident of Hermon for about 10 yrs. While the neighborhood is quaint and seems to have a life of its own; the involvement of the community seems vibrant. One of the qualities of the community that is attracting is that it has a low crime rate. I would assume this is given to the number of people that live within the community in contrast to its neighboring communities. In the last 2 years I have seen an uptick in small crimes; mainly in car break ins. The response time with Police Department has been slow; since they are coming from the East L.A. Station. There has been an increase in homeless people that reside within the L.A. Reservoir and adjacent 110 Pasadena Freeway. While I support providing some assistance to these people; its difficult to know what impact these people have on our neighborhood. We need better response times and more visual presence from our local Police within the neighborhood. There are times when we don’t even see a patrol car for months at a time. My concern is public safety; given the passage of Proposition 57. I am concerned that low level criminals being paroled or set free will return to their place of origin and continue with crimes within the surrounding neighborhood and in essence trickle down to our own community.
  • answered 2016-11-22 09:45:42 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2016-11-20 03:57:07 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Public space is being abused for a quick parking buck. The economic development of 6th/main st will be the leading block that will set the example of how we can fix east of main st and displaying a new model of how Downtown should be designed. Do we build another expensive high rise; with special heights limit laws? Or do we set the example of how dtla can actually move forward ? Integrating students into the revival of 6th and main will sure inspire the next generation to pursue Architecture sustainability La river labs along the la river and urban farming with lapd stop in centers , a downtown community arts center to encourage millennial to raise children in the city. Laccd architecture students are ready for your leadership. To digitize downtown for your campaign. Intergrating student into this revival is going to be the real Los Angeles voice. Plus it looks good on the news paper . For your vision and campaign.
  • answered 2016-11-20 03:30:02 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space

Survey

Take part in the CD14 Surveys. Check back for new surveys.
 

Where do you live?

Please select your neighborhood.

Showing 192 reactions

  • followed this page 2017-02-24 23:02:42 -0800
  • answered 2017-02-23 10:37:00 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: The city does a great job of quickly painting over graffiti once it has been reported but it is still rampant and many businesses are plagued by it and possibly do not know they can report it on the 311 app. There needs to be more public trash cans along Wabash. There are still quite a few businesses between Setinel and City Terrace Dr. but no trash cans! Trash ends up blowing onto residents property because people leave their trash on the sidewalk (there is nowhere to throw it).
  • answered 2017-02-23 10:34:04 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-02-12 19:48:40 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Homelessness and affordable housing is the most important issue in our district.
  • answered 2017-02-12 19:48:21 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-11 14:19:43 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-08 23:26:30 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-02-08 13:25:40 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I work at a homeless services agency in another district, but I hope that our district can be part of a solution to getting people off the streets and into permanent supportive housing. I hope that we can be a district that looks out for the most vulnerable people in our city.
  • answered 2017-02-01 20:20:12 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I believe the broken windows theory works. Remove graffiti and litter and the community thrives. Like New York City.
  • answered 2017-02-01 20:18:46 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-01-31 23:40:25 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-27 23:53:03 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I wish there were more events to motivate the next generation to take an active role in government.
  • answered 2017-01-27 23:52:22 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-27 09:49:28 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: We have noticed more criminal activity in the neighborhood and not too long ago a person was shot outside my window.
  • answered 2017-01-27 09:48:45 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-26 07:27:40 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-23 10:06:16 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-17 15:27:56 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-12 22:58:30 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-01-10 09:40:20 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I am new to Occidental College as the Coordinator of Community programs for 3 departments, OxyArts, Center for Community Based Learning and the Institute for the Study of Los Angeles. I would like to be connected so I can serve as a liaison for the school and community of Northeast LA.
  • answered 2017-01-10 09:38:52 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-01-01 16:18:11 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space
  • answered 2016-12-26 20:34:42 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2016-12-13 16:48:48 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2016-11-29 11:12:39 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: It’s all important, but community events can help neighbors become familiar with one another to ensure that our community remains clean, efficient, and safe.
  • answered 2016-11-29 11:11:53 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2016-11-22 10:16:23 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I have been a resident of Hermon for about 10 yrs. While the neighborhood is quaint and seems to have a life of its own; the involvement of the community seems vibrant. One of the qualities of the community that is attracting is that it has a low crime rate. I would assume this is given to the number of people that live within the community in contrast to its neighboring communities. In the last 2 years I have seen an uptick in small crimes; mainly in car break ins. The response time with Police Department has been slow; since they are coming from the East L.A. Station. There has been an increase in homeless people that reside within the L.A. Reservoir and adjacent 110 Pasadena Freeway. While I support providing some assistance to these people; its difficult to know what impact these people have on our neighborhood. We need better response times and more visual presence from our local Police within the neighborhood. There are times when we don’t even see a patrol car for months at a time. My concern is public safety; given the passage of Proposition 57. I am concerned that low level criminals being paroled or set free will return to their place of origin and continue with crimes within the surrounding neighborhood and in essence trickle down to our own community.
  • answered 2016-11-22 09:45:42 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2016-11-20 03:57:07 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Public space is being abused for a quick parking buck. The economic development of 6th/main st will be the leading block that will set the example of how we can fix east of main st and displaying a new model of how Downtown should be designed. Do we build another expensive high rise; with special heights limit laws? Or do we set the example of how dtla can actually move forward ? Integrating students into the revival of 6th and main will sure inspire the next generation to pursue Architecture sustainability La river labs along the la river and urban farming with lapd stop in centers , a downtown community arts center to encourage millennial to raise children in the city. Laccd architecture students are ready for your leadership. To digitize downtown for your campaign. Intergrating student into this revival is going to be the real Los Angeles voice. Plus it looks good on the news paper . For your vision and campaign.
  • answered 2016-11-20 03:30:02 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space
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