Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Community Budgeting: Round 2

It should come as no surprise that when you ask Somerville residents for creative ideas they’ll give you plenty. And, once again, you’ve come through with over 200 ideas sent in as part of Community Budgeting
Mayor Curtatone talking with
Community Budgeting participants.
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After taking out some repeats and ideas we’re already working on (for example, banning Styrofoam) we were left with a list full of great ideas. The problem? How do we prioritize them? That’s where we need your help again.

Using IdeaScale, we’ve put together a voting campaign that will let you vote ideas up or down. (Please note, to vote you need to either create an IdeaScale account or login with one of the other options provided.) Give points to the ideas you’d like to see in Somerville and, if you’re not a fan of an idea, you can vote it down.


We’re looking forward to seeing how the ranking goes.

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