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Do you agree with the decision to close outdoor parks completely?
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1837 Votes

Do you agree with the decision to close outdoor parks completely?

Yes, it's smart

2

No, it's too far

9

Yes, it's smart

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oh worm
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oh worm

do yall have any idea how many kids lick the playground equipment

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S C
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S C

Haha but just saw on the news tonight they closed pilot Butte but people just go around the blockades and hike it anyway , so why bother CRAZY people just do what they want for themselves

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No, it's too far

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Lisa Johnson
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Lisa Johnson

If we all stay locked up our immune systems will plummet. I believe we should always take precaution but also not live in fear.

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Jake Soelberg
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Jake Soelberg

If you don’t want to get infected, stay away from the parks. If you don’t care or don’t think it’s a problem go right ahead and enjoy those parks. It’s not the government’s job to close the parks

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C Theiss
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C Theiss

Getting outside is important for people’s mental and physical well being as well as immunity boosting. Terrible idea to close trails,etc. where it is very easy to keep a safe distance from others!

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Colleen Crowley Hein
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Colleen Crowley Hein

It seems like parks, hiking, and camping is the very definition of social distancing. Getting outdoors is the best thing we can do for ourselves right now

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M Davis
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M Davis

Outside, fresh air, easy to keep social distance sounds like a good way not to go stir crazy.

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k san
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k san

I live in NWX and at Discovery Park, people mainly do their walks or walk dogs and maintain social distance or sit on the lawn and sun away from others. I've seen no social gathering, so it's good.

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Dave Voiles
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Dave Voiles

It's ridiculous. You don't go to a park to rub shoulders with others, you go to get out and get some fresh air. This whole thing is becoming an exercise in finding out how much control they can have.

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Janet Rawlings
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Janet Rawlings

I’m assuming that social distancing would be respected, so how better to get out of the house and use up some energy. Must have social distancing though. Move aside on a trail, etc.

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Brian H
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Brian H

Keep your distance. Its outdoors. Healthy... nothing better than getting fresh air and excercise.

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 Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
261 Votes

Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?

Yes

0

No

3

Yes

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No one has commented yet

No

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Andrew West
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Andrew West

it is always hard to anticipate future growth. However, Bend has a pro growth policy and Visit Bend which actively tries to get everyone to move here. It should come as no surprise that transportation lags far behind the aggressive marketing of this town.

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

System Development Charges (SDC) are obviously way too low to offset the impacts of growth. Otherwise, we would not need continuous bonds for roads, schools, library, etc. to keep up with this growth.

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Paul Owen
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Paul Owen

The roads are falling apart money would be better spent on repairs than roundabouts with expensive artwork

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Is Bend Park & Rec's new sign-up system working better for you?

Is Bend Park & Rec's new sign-up system working better for you?

Yes

2

No

1

Yes

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

It's ridiculous bend parks and rec is liberal

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SunnySunshinestein
SunnySunshinestein

Then you should pray for them, that should work.

Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels

Um, what was the question, Mr. Ridiculous?

No

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