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Would you support a complete city lockdown where you live?
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1769 Votes

Would you support a complete city lockdown where you live?

Yes, shut it down!

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No, not possible!

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Yes, shut it down!

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oh worm
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oh worm

I mean. People are already staying home and doing what they should where I live so I’m not too worried

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Doctor Piggy
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Doctor Piggy

If we want to solve this issue once and for all, we need to take drastic measures. Besides, it will pay off in the end, as life can go back to normal sooner.

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Robert McDougle
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Robert McDougle

That and city officals deliever sanitizer to our frontline workers.

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The_barbz
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The_barbz

Helllll yea...it’s too many bitches Coughing outside to the point I be scared to breathe

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Matt Wallace
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Matt Wallace

We need it contain the low infection numbers while we still can, if it’s not already to late for central Oregon.

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Anna Brewster
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Anna Brewster

We need to get over this quickly this is no way to live. If people can’t keep their distance by their own choice then we’ll just have to make it a rule

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Tessa Bailey
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Tessa Bailey

I think it is important that we have definitive honest conversations about the seriousness. Either it's serious or it's not - too many independent interpretations. Imperative clear leadership.

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S C
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S C

Seem like a pretty good idea don’t you think time Oregon / Bend gets serious about COVID-19 and NOT HYPE AS IVE HEARD SOME 😡say

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No, not possible!

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Da Vinci Cov
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Da Vinci Cov

This was unilateral executive orders based on politicized science when not all areas are infected. Look now these TROs & Churches shall be overturned based on dictator govs

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Michelle C. Hawkins
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Michelle C. Hawkins

Absolutely ridiculous! People should have a personal choice!

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Sean Carnahan
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Sean Carnahan

Less than 1% are where we're at in flu related deaths since last year. Yes, if you're over 60 stay home. Yes, if you're immunocompromised. It's called covid 19 because we've already lived thru 18 stra

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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool
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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool

A virus doesn't change rights.

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Austin Wills
Austin Wills

This is not just any virus, it is a pandemic that has caused the entire world to act to prevent its spread.

Jane
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Jane

A lockdown is a very bad idea economically and for every reason.

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Matthew Denney
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Matthew Denney

This option isn't economically feasible.

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Rachel Abudaram
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Rachel Abudaram

I’m not in the city right now I’m at my little country house

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Lori Nielsen
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Lori Nielsen

We need to get back to normalcy. Let the virus run its course. Test everyone all amercans and if you test positive you need to quarantine them and their full household and let the rest of the us live

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What improvements would you like to see in your neighborhood?

What improvements would you like to see in your neighborhood?

Tell us what improvements

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Nothing

0

Tell us what improvements

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Lisa York
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Lisa York

I'd like to see hwy 97 moved clear out east of town...start at the Baker/Knott Rd interchange and continue north to the Tumalo interchange

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Good idea

Bruce Spittler
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Bruce Spittler

I live in NW Crossing and would like to know how the city plans to handle the huge amount of traffic that will occur from the hundreds of homes being built west of Mt. Washington Drive. Dumping all that traffic onto already crowded Skyliner, Shevlin Road and Mt.Washington is NOT a good option!

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Mary Kay Boldajipour
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Mary Kay Boldajipour

I would like dedicated bike paths north to south and east to west, that we do not share with cars. Cars in Bend do not work with cyclists. We should be like every other city.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Sidewalks in drw but I think they will have to annex the area into the city

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Andrea Keller
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Andrea Keller

roundabouts with clear bike path. Drivers are shouting at cyclists that are following the law to go AROUND the round-about in the crosswalk/sidewalk path

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Nothing

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Are higher prices affecting your restaurant/grocery choices?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
255 Votes

Are higher prices affecting your restaurant/grocery choices?

Yes!

6

No!

3

Yes!

6 Comments
Andrea Keller
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Andrea Keller

cooking at home more.

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Lynn Huntley
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Lynn Huntley

Buying less (if on sale, only one or two instead of several). Trying more store brands. They really are just as good.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

By only what is really needed & don't eat out,

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Greg Norton
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Greg Norton

Because if everyone would of voted republican, we wouldn't be in this situation! Our state is ruined because of liberals.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

It's Biden fault for the inflation not russia

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CB
CB

Gabe, my dude, you have to stop screaming like a mad man about Biden and Democrats. You do nothing for your cause. It's so disappointing to see a grown man behave the way you do.

Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels

Completely unresponsive to the question. Apparently, no problem on this site.

No!

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

Beyond the massive media hype, I haven't really noticed much difference in prices.

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den b
den b

Try buying some groceries.

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