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  1. Yes - the sooner, the better
  2. Maybe - but it has to be the right kind of redevelopment
  3. No - I like it just the way it is
  1. I walk
  2. I ride my bike
  3. I take the trolley
  4. None, I always drive
  1. Travel elsewhere for friends/family gatherings
  2. Host Thanksgiving at my home
  3. Go out to eat
  1. Very prepared — I had everything I needed to survive.
  2. Somewhat prepared. I learned lessons for next time.
  3. Not prepared. I did not have what I needed to survive.
  1. Yes, I would support a 1.0 millage rates
  2. Yes, I would support a .9 millage rates
  3. No, I don't support an increase, keep the millage at .8 mills
  1. Yes, and it should be as strict as Sanibel
  2. Yes, it should match the county regulations
  3. No, the beach's property lots are too small and the restrictions would inhibit property owners
  1. Yes: the town should wait to see what the state legislators decide.
  2. No: the residents of Florida voted to legalize medical marijuana
  3. Undecided: I'm not sure how I feel.
  1. Yes — I've never had any problems.
  2. No — there are individuals that make me uncomfortable.
  3. Other — I sometimes have had problems, but not always.
  1. Expected; that the housing market is up is no surprise.
  2. It’s higher than I thought it would be.
  3. I have mixed feelings; it’s good news but could also mean a higher tax bill.
  4. Other.
  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Actually, FMB owes her and Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane an apology.


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