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Do you support development of a 260 acre new Bend neighborhood?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
482 Votes

Do you support development of a 260 acre new Bend neighborhood?

Yes

3

No

6

Yes

3 Comments
Jane CommunityMember
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Jane CommunityMember

The only long-term solution to high housing costs is more housing.

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Stang1960
Stang1960

Tax Payer subsidized housing projects have been tried before... They Don't Work because government taxes/subsidies run out (New York). Get rid of Urban Growth Boundaries.

Todd Brown
0
Todd Brown

It is the Right thing to do!

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Stang1960
Stang1960

Why? Everything the government touches get more expensive and fails in the long run.

No

6 Comments
Jeff
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Jeff

As an airline pilot and someone who previously walked in that area on the East side of Bend, I am totally against the city ruining yet another nice area of town. And the discounted homes for teachers is BS, These are the same people who ditched our kids during Covid while everyone else had to work.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

City developers are ruining bend

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Jane CommunityMember
Jane CommunityMember

Right, that's why property values are plummeting and people are leaving in droves. 🙄

Stang1960
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Stang1960

Sounds like a nice socialist housing project planned by government Marxist subsidized by hard working TAX Payers. Oregon needs to get rid of Urban Growth Boundaries and open land up for investment and create competition so contractors can build witch would increase supply & bring down some cost.

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Kat Johnson
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Kat Johnson

Bend is already overpopulated and has lost much of what made it such a nice place to live - namely, the beautiful natural areas in and around it that have been covered over with roads, subdivisions and businesses. If we stop building more neighborhoods and businesses, people will stop moving here.

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Are you happy with the lineup of concerts this summer?
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156 Votes

Are you happy with the lineup of concerts this summer?

YES

0

NO

1

YES

0 Comment
No one has commented yet

NO

1 Comment
Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

I only know two bands playing, plus it's expensive, it's greedy that they close the parks down

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Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?
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246 Votes

Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?

YES

4

NO

1

YES

4 Comments
Melissa Howiler
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Melissa Howiler

Kids need to be focused on school not their phone s!

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Kids spend way too much time on phones. They need to concentrate on reading, writing and arithment which schools need to go back to teaching. I believe social media has harmed our children.

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NO

1 Comment
Jay Ball
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Jay Ball

This country is falling behind. If you haven’t noticed. technology is here might as well Use it to our advantage

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Melissa Howiler
Melissa Howiler

I think you have a valid point here but are personal cell phones NEEDED to accomplish this?

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