Los Alamitos asked last year.
And, on Monday, officials will decide what do with the resident's answers.
The City Council is scheduled to talk about the results of the Community Give-Back survey, a questionnaire that quizzed locals on what they thought Los Al should fund with about one percent of the city’s utility users tax revenue -- $358,000.
In 2012, the Council voted to create the survey after they decided that strong budget reserves afford Los Al an opportunity to exercise a one-time give-back to the community.
Now they have the survey results and are scheduled to make a decision.
According to the survey, the locals want the city to
- Plant trees
- Expand free summer park program
- Re-establish police explorer program
- Develop a community garden
The survey was distributed to all residents, and 105 of those surveys were returned to the city.
Also at the meeting, officials are scheduled to
- Vote on a new Treasurer.
- Decide whether to continue leasing Stansbury Park.
- Hear a report on a 33-acre development in Cypress.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. March 18 at 3191. To read the agenda, click here.