City of Palo Alto Hosts 2nd Twitter Q&A
On March 29th, 2012, the City of Palo Alto hosted its second Twitter Q&A with Mayor Yeh and City Manager James Keene. The event was facilitated by the City CIO Reichental and built upon the success of the first event about a month earlier.
- For the first event, the City hosted the Q&A during the day and limited the time to 30 minutes. The team determined that it was too short and perhaps holding the meeting later would enable more of our community to participate. So for this second event, it was held in the evening at 7pm and for a full hour. Overall, this second Q&A went more smoothly with more questions and greater confidence from the team hosting the session. The following is the full transcript of the Twitter Q&A.
- — City of Palo Alto (@cityofpaloalto)Thu, Mar 29 2012 19:02:51
- — City of Palo Alto (@cityofpaloalto)Thu, Mar 29 2012 19:08:32What's the city's objection to residential parking permits for the downtown neighborhoods? #AskPaloAlto
- — City of Palo Alto (@cityofpaloalto)Thu, Mar 29 2012 19:09:19We are discussing downtown parking options with all stakeholders. Community input essential to decision in June 2012. #AskPaloAlto
- — City of Palo Alto (@cityofpaloalto)Thu, Mar 29 2012 19:11:27Keene asked CPAU about new water rate for OWNER-OCCUPIED master-metered MFR's in November. Dept. & consultant ignore. Why? #AskPaloAlto
- — City of Palo Alto (@cityofpaloalto)Thu, Mar 29 2012 19:14:43No official position. Prop 13 has resulted in potential for neighbors to pay diff. taxes. Changes would be up to state voters. #AskPaloAlto
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