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What would be the best economic boost for Santa Cruz County?

lt_aynjul
I think they should clean up Ocean Street and make it a little more tourist accessible.
Aynjul Benigno
Santa Cruz, Esthetician/Bartender


lt_stephanie
A boost in green jobs, environmental- based jobs to keep us going in the
direction of having a better balance between humans and the environment.
Stephanie Fields
Santa Cruz | Student
lt_paul

Privatize the state beaches and turn that into a revenue stream. There are so many beautiful beaches, and the state government is obviously not doing a great job with them. They're either closing them or not managing them. I definitely don’t think their optimizing the revenue potential. Privatize them.Let’s see what the citizens of Santa Cruz can do with that.
Paul Bosky
Oakland, Technical Trainer

lt_steve

I think making better use of the levy. Turn it into something like they have in Europe, where there are buildings, shops and walkways, and it's clean and gets used.
Steve Shockley
Santa Cruz | Insurance Broker
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written by Bertha Butte, February 02, 2011
Why did ask all white people?
NO PRIVATIZATION OF ANY THING!
written by DRUMMER DAVE, February 01, 2011
THATS THE PROBLEM WITH EVERYTHING!!!!! PRIVATE GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS. WIKILEAKS EXPOSED ALL THE PRIVATE LUDACRIS ACTS !
THAT PEOPLE THAT LIKE TO KEEP THIER DIRTY SECRETS PRIVATE! TAKE THIS PRIVACY AND PUT IT WHERE THE SUN DON'T SHINE! FREE JULIAN ASSANGE!!!!!

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