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Fall 2016Q16eTo what extent do you agree or disagree that the Emergency Manager Law serves the interests of local residents by improving their jurisdiction's fiscal Sustainability?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State oversight | State policies | Emergency manager law
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Fall 2014q35Some people think a well-functioning transit system is important to communities in a variety of ways, such as for economic development, environmental Sustainability, residents' mobility, etc. Others do not. How important, if at all, do you think a well-functioning transit system is to the overall needs of your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure
Related Topics: Transportation | Transit
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Fall 2013Q26Some local governments engage in Sustainability planning while others do not. Sustainability is often defined as meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It often tries to balance environmental, economic, and social goals or issues. Sustainability planning can encompass a wide range of things, from stand-alone plans to Sustainability goals integrated into master plans or zoning plans, efforts to incorporate such planning across multiple departments or activities, and so on. As far as you know, does your jurisdiction engage in Sustainability planning, and if so, how extensively?

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2013Q28Do you agree or disagree that promoting environmental Sustainability and the concept of "being green" are important aspects of local government leadership?

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q25aSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices :Improving energy efficiency in your government facilities (such as lighting, insulation, or HVAC upgrades, anti-idling policies for municipal fleets, etc.)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q25bSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices: Changing your jurisdiction's work practices (such as water conservation, thermostat regulation, etc.)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q25cSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices :Programs targeted at residents (such as recycling programs, promoting home weatherization, etc.)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q25dSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices: Programs targeted at local businesses (such as rebates to businesses that cut consumption, commercial recycling, formal recognition of green practices, etc.)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q25eSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices: Developing or purchasing alternative energy sources (such as employing solar panels or wind turbines)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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Fall 2010Q26Do you agree or disagree that promoting environmental Sustainability and the concept of "being green" are important aspects of local government leadership?

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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