What makes our city livable? How are our elected officials doing? Grade the City as to sidewalks, streets, parking, traffic congestion, animal services, etc. on the City Services Report Card at: http://bit.ly/LAreportcard.
Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates* will share the anonymized results and advocate for services with the Mayor and the City Council. The grading period ends January 5th. The ‘Report Card’ takes 3 to 5 minutes to complete – and while you do have to answer every question (it’s in the software), there’s a ‘No Grade/Don’t Know’ choice.
Please share this link with your friends, families, and colleagues. Greater numbers are sure to get greater attention from our City leaders.
You may also access the survey by going to the Budget Advocates website: http://ncbala.com/ and click the link for “City Services 2018 Report Card.”
*The Budget Advocates are an elected, all volunteer, independent advisory body charged with making constructive recommendations to the Mayor and the City Council regarding the Budget, and to City Departments on ways to improve their operations. Budget Advocates also obtain input from, update, and educate all Angelenos on the City’s fiscal management.
Source: “Los Angeles” – Google News