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Sarah Frey inside City Boundary June 9, 2023, 5:11 PM

Provide feedback for a proposed ordinance to amend the Rolling Hills Precinct Polling Place.

Greg Bott inside City Boundary February 22, 2023, 4:37 PM

I have lived in Winchester since 1980. It is imperative that Winchester's sense of community so dependent on the historic structure of the city be given attention by rehabilitation and historic preservation. The high density construction currently underway and approved for the near future in redevelopment and currently open sites makes this all the more vital for a future in which all residents new and old can be proud and enjoy living in Winchester.

Name not available inside City Boundary February 22, 2023, 9:19 AM

I support adding rehabilitation and historic preservation to the list of activities eligible for CDBG funds. This will help Winchester maximize the CDBG program and broaden our capacity to preserve and improve our community.

Jennifer Ligon outside City Boundary November 18, 2022, 11:51 AM

You've got 88 chips to 'spend'. They are worth $1M each. How would you spend them on these services?
General Government (7), Judicial Administration (7), Public Safety (7), Public Works (11), Health & Welfare (9), Education (12), Parks & Recreation (10), Community Development (9), Capital Improvements (7)

Hannah Stewart inside City Boundary November 18, 2022, 11:51 AM

You've got 88 chips to 'spend'. They are worth $1M each. How would you spend them on these services?
General Government (2), Judicial Administration (4), Public Safety (10), Public Works (10), Health & Welfare (10), Education (20), Parks & Recreation (10), Community Development (9), Capital Improvements (4)

Kermit Gaither inside City Boundary November 18, 2022, 11:50 AM

You've got 88 chips to 'spend'. They are worth $1M each. How would you spend them on these services?
General Government (7), Judicial Administration (5), Public Safety (8), Public Works (8), Health & Welfare (7), Education (17), Parks & Recreation (9), Community Development (7), Capital Improvements (11)

Rebekah DesMarais outside City Boundary November 18, 2022, 11:50 AM

You've got 88 chips to 'spend'. They are worth $1M each. How would you spend them on these services?
General Government (10), Judicial Administration (11), Public Safety (11), Public Works (8), Health & Welfare (6), Education (12), Parks & Recreation (6), Community Development (8), Capital Improvements (7)

Shiela Duvall outside City Boundary November 18, 2022, 11:48 AM

You've got 88 chips to 'spend'. They are worth $1M each. How would you spend them on these services?
General Government (8), Judicial Administration (8), Public Safety (12), Public Works (7), Health & Welfare (7), Education (12), Parks & Recreation (12), Community Development (7), Capital Improvements (6)

Name not available inside City Boundary September 30, 2022, 9:14 AM

How do you travel most frequently around Winchester? (Select all that apply) Driven by others
Do you live or work in an area accessible by WinTran routes? Yes
How many people over the age of 18 are in your household? 3
How many personal vehicles are available in your household? 1
Are you a current rider of WinTran? Yes
If YES, how often do you use WinTran per week? 1-2 times
If YES, which routes do you use? Berryville, Valley, Pleasant Valley
If YES, where do you travel most often on WinTran? Sharp Shopper/CVS
Have you ever used Uber or Lyft to get around Winchester? No
Have you ever used a taxi to get around Winchester? Yes
Are there locations that WinTran doesn't currently serve that you would like added to the schedule? Yes
If YES, please list the new locations below. Cosco/Golden Corral
Unemployment Office, Roller Skating Rink, Rt 7 Martins
N 522 Martins/ Dollar Tree
What changes would make you ride WinTran? If you have enough drivers and buses, run the Pleasant Valley and Berryville Routes on their own repeatedly, allowing the Valley and Amherst to rotate. These are your main two routes and this would provide more frequent buses at these stops as well as helping with overcrowding.
Rate the following statements based on the potential to improve your riding experience. Or, if you are not a current rider, what might increase your likelihood of riding WinTran?
How long are you willing to wait for a ride (after making the request)? 45-60 minutes
How far are you willing to walk to reach a ride? Up to 10 minutes (about half a mile)
How much are you willing to pay for your ride? Up to $5

Name not available inside City Boundary September 28, 2022, 11:11 PM

How do you travel most frequently around Winchester? (Select all that apply) Personal vehicle
Do you live or work in an area accessible by WinTran routes? Yes
How many people over the age of 18 are in your household? 2
How many personal vehicles are available in your household? 2
Are you a current rider of WinTran? No
Have you ever used Uber or Lyft to get around Winchester? Yes
Have you ever used a taxi to get around Winchester? Yes
Are there locations that WinTran doesn't currently serve that you would like added to the schedule? No
If you are NOT a current rider, why do you not ride WinTran? I use my car
Rate the following statements based on the potential to improve your riding experience. Or, if you are not a current rider, what might increase your likelihood of riding WinTran?
How long are you willing to wait for a ride (after making the request)? 10-20 minutes
How far are you willing to walk to reach a ride? Up to 5 minutes (or a few blocks)
How much are you willing to pay for your ride? Up to $5