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SoCal Stay-at-Home order lifted: Will you go out more now that we've returned to the 'purple' tier?

SoCal Stay-at-Home order lifted: Will you go out more now that we've returned to the 'purple' tier?

Yes, I will.

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No, I'll stay home.

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Yes, I will.

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shivam patel
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shivam patel

To help Keep small businesses in business

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Jovita Gunderson
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Jovita Gunderson

Newson has destroyed our small businesses.

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No, I'll stay home.

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Jeffrey Breslaw
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Jeffrey Breslaw

In order to stay safe and keep others safe, I will stay at home until my second vaccine is effective...and then I will remain masked and at a safe distance from others until herd immunity exists.

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Stacy Lynn White-Black
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Stacy Lynn White-Black

Im high risk ive been home in mmy house 325 days and intend to stay that way til its safe and ive been vaccinated

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Graham Cribbs
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Graham Cribbs

What has specifically changed? Nothing.has specifically changed that makes us safer? For sure stay away from our schools. Newson is now letting politics dictate his decisions.

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Linds M
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Linds M

I have a immunosuppressant 1i8mos heart transplant daughter and I was just diagnosed with cancer, if I get sick my treatment gets delayed and I could die.

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Ana Rial
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Ana Rial

Better safe than sorry.

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Shauna Adams Watts
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Shauna Adams Watts

I am disabled and use public transportation. I'm afraid to ride the bus until I've had my vaccinations. Here's the catch: I have to take the bus to get to the vaccination site. I live in senior, low-income apt. complex in Cathedral City. Can't they use an ice cream truck to deliver vaccines to us?

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Laura
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Laura

i will continue to stay home to help ensure the safety of myself and others.

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Tom Sawyer
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Tom Sawyer

Just way to early at my young age of 68. I want stick around here a long bit longer if you catch my drift. Peace Out !

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Martina Beach-Hedges
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Martina Beach-Hedges

Still need to be safe. Until more people are able to be vaccinated, better to stay home.

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Ava Rex
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Ava Rex

My opinion,we need more people vaccination,an our children,of all ages!

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Sheronn Jackson
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Sheronn Jackson

For the safety and well-being of my kids and I.

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Pullens Quenchetta
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Pullens Quenchetta

It’s bad out there! Stay home or you will get sick

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Alex Schriener
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Alex Schriener

It is crazy to risk everything while they are rolling out the vaccine. This will directly lead to the same surge that crashed everything. This is irresponsible to the medical professionals struggling with everything for a full damn year

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Christina Rawlings
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Christina Rawlings

Deadly decision with deadly consequences. I am high risk and don't want to die from some idiot antimasker.

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La Quinta city council has nixed the proposed surf park resort. Do you agree with the decision?

La Quinta city council has nixed the proposed surf park resort. Do you agree with the decision?

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No

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Yes

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Felix Ambrose
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Felix Ambrose

We are in a drought. The water needs to be conserved. Not used for fun.

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Danielle Bladez
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Danielle Bladez

Danielle Bladez We live in a desert and a water park affects water use and the desert climate. People need to remember this is not a tropical area so adding a lot of vegetation and water parks, create issues. We will always have drought issues, please think about the future of where we live!

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Stephanie Ambriz
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Stephanie Ambriz

We don’t need another luxury development with water features in the desert in the midst of an environmental crisis and drought. Residents risk further displacement with the increase in luxury development and not enough affordable housing.

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Davis Brandenberg
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Davis Brandenberg

We live in the desert. Regardless of the developers’ claims, we recognize that water is scarce and building a surf park in this location made no sense. A pat on the back to the council.

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Judy DeCausemaker
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Judy DeCausemaker

This is not what this city needs or wants. I hope this is the end of it!

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Paula Briggs
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Paula Briggs

We are in a drought. Rancho Mirage's Mayor already gave the ok on the proposed master-planned developpment lagoon. I think it is terrible. Where is this water coming from?

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No

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Paula Roberts
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Paula Roberts

We need a younger generation in the valley and this would have brought in more income for La Quinta, but of course there are those that don't want more traffic and the noise that it may occur. I am 64 and I love having fun things going on here and I do not mind the noise of fun!

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As interest rates rise again, which is more important to you?

As interest rates rise again, which is more important to you?

Lower rates: Paying loans more easily

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Higher rates: To help savings grow

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Lower rates: Paying loans more easily

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Higher rates: To help savings grow

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