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Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "Yes, because I think that it allows those people to be in their positions longer and enforce laws better." -Ivey Ramos, resident

"What does your father mean to you?"

Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011 |

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "Yes, because I think that it allows those people to be in their positions longer and enforce laws better." -Ivey Ramos, resident

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "I think it should stay the same. I don't think anyone should sit in any seat too long." -Philip Gates, resident

Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011 |

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "I think it should stay the same. I don't think anyone should sit in any seat too long." -Philip Gates, resident

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "I think three years is plenty so no. I think three years is enough and they'll still get to be elected for 12 years, which is plenty long for a city council." -Scott Alles, business owner

Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011 |

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "I think three years is plenty so no. I think three years is enough and they'll still get to be elected for 12 years, which is plenty long for a city council." -Scott Alles, business owner

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "Three years is enough time to get something accomplished and for voters to decide whether they want to keep them in office." -Laurent Nicastro, business owner

Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011 |

Should voters approve Amendment 1, and why/why not? "Three years is enough time to get something accomplished and for voters to decide whether they want to keep them in office." -Laurent Nicastro, business owner

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