Saturday, July 4, 2015

Are people willing to pitch in and improve the neighborhood where you live?

READER POLL

Are people willing to pitch in and improve the neighborhood where you live?

Yes, block captains have organized cleanups
 
  70 (19.2%)
No, haven’t seen any organized efforts
 
  88 (24.1%)
Yes, but mostly limited to their own properties
 
  151 (41.4%)
No, don’t really know my neighbors
 
  71 (19.5%)
Total votes = 365
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