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Do you think more police funding would reduce crimes?
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725 Votes

Do you think more police funding would reduce crimes?

Yes!

10

No!

3

Yes!

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More police, DA's who will prosecute and judges who will convict!!! We need LAW & ORDER BACK!

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Getting rid of the demented Democrats soft on crime and hard on good citizens policy's would reduce crime! Having more concealed carry citizens would certainly help! Putting God and Godly values back in this country is the ultimate solution! The lefts ungodly policies are destroying this country!

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den b
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den b

If the masses can't seem to control themselves then more police would be beneficial.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

First step is to make criminals accountable for their actions, also reinstate laws to make drugs illegal again. We also need to respect the police and not put blame on them for criminal's actions. and yes, more funding is desperately needed. Never should have been defunded.

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Goes without saying

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Yes, defunding the police is stupid idea, stores need extra security gun control is not the answer

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Gabe West
Gabe West

We also need better mental health services

Sarah Croom
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Sarah Croom

I think Hummel has been a disaster & it’s past his time to move on. Just an opinion. Deschutes Co. is only growing faster & having less police makes no sense. The crime has only been rising.

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cindy
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cindy

of course , silly question!

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No!

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Nora Spangler
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Nora Spangler

If we're going to spend more money We need more Mental Health services and an "accepting" culture for those that want to seek help.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

I agree

Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Not without Punishment for crime not police fault its society make an example of criminals do not coddle them

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k san
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k san

I may help with addressing crimes, but it probably won't reduce crime.

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Do you think the city of Bend is a good place to start a business?
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260 Votes

Do you think the city of Bend is a good place to start a business?

YES

3

NO

3

YES

2 Comments
Lew Johnson
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Lew Johnson

We came to town in 1989 and opened our store the day before Fred Meyer opened. This enabled me to raise a family when Bend was perfect with only 30,000 people. Mt. Bachelor would pick up kids at the elementary school & teach them how to ski. Time have changed & not for the better. We sold and left.

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Julia Apple
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Julia Apple

This community enjoys the outdoors and spending time with friends and loved ones so being out and about to cafes, breweries, shops etc, is a perfect way to spend time...and money.

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NO

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Sonny
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Sonny

Bend lacks available and affordable housing.

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Bend is overcrowded as it is

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Starting a business in this economy is not a good idea, once trump is president again it will be better

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SunnySunshinestein
SunnySunshinestein

Guess you haven't seen what Trump plans to do with your SS disability, you won't be able to afford a dog walker anymore.

Do you think the pilot project will make Greenwood safer for everyone?
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165 Votes

Do you think the pilot project will make Greenwood safer for everyone?

YES

0

NO

2

YES

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No one has commented yet

NO

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

NO! Its only going to create a bigger traffic jam between Newport and 3rd street lights.

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Jon Lynds
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Jon Lynds

The Bend City Council has a pattern of going through the pretense of public input then ignoring it and going with their predetermined decision.

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