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Morgan Rivers inside Clive October 17, 2017, 9:31 AM

I'm in favor of focus on the health of the Greenbelt and flood control. In my view, this is the most precious asset in Clive.
Thanks for asking! Along those lines, a pet peeve of mine is the loud music that's allowed to be played by bikers and walkers on the trail. Would love it if they could listen to music if they wish, but not the rest of us, to maintain the peace and quiet of the trails.
Morgan Rivers

Name not shown inside Clive October 15, 2017, 10:18 AM

Continue to build out trails -- this is a great attraction to potential home buyers and also businesses. It is the reason I moved to Clive -- access to trails for biking. I know we have other issues with roads/flooding/etc., but those items should be handled with bonds/grants. People love the trails - for walking, running, taking kids on bike rides.

Donna Willcox inside Clive October 12, 2017, 10:41 PM

We think very high priority must be placed on storm water issues to correct the possibility of flooding in the areas of Clive that have been told this past year they are now in a flood plain, when this was never a concern, and they were not in a flood plain when their home was built with the city's approval.

John Carlson inside Clive October 12, 2017, 1:47 PM

I would encourage a 90% investment in our cities infrastructure and roads and no more than 10% for nice to have items. The future will provide us plenty of time to do the nice to have items when we become landlocked, in about 2025!

Marilee Westergaard inside Clive October 12, 2017, 10:41 AM

Clive's parks are wonderful with drinking fountains at all I have visited. Some of the smaller parks do not have bathroom facilities which makes it difficult to plan an extended period of time with children (i.e. picnic, playtime, and hiking)

Gary Searcy inside Clive September 12, 2017, 2:33 PM

I prefer Major street repair. All the money spent to patch Clark St. Between 103rd and 109th did not improve the smoothness of the street. I would like to see it totally removed and replaced. If that's not possible, then blacktop it all like you did to part of 103rd.

John Carlson inside Clive August 21, 2017, 1:00 PM

I believe the patch up of individual sections of concrete is a total waste of time, especially on Lincoln AV east of 100th. St. The regularity of needed repairs at this location is continual. If it will fit your budget, let's scar and tar this street ASAP!

Name not shown inside Clive August 3, 2017, 11:16 AM

Clark street from 100th to 114th needs to be upgraded to handle the heavy traffic that is on it. The street is deteriorating faster than the patches can be done to it. This is probably the result of being the only through street in this part of town and the increase in development along 114th street.

Name not shown inside Clive July 17, 2017, 3:12 PM

A few years ago you made some street improvements on 93rd Ct by Indian Hills School. I live south of the school on 93rd Ct which has needed the same street improvements and only a little blacktop was thrown in a spot where the rebar showed through the pavement and there are other spots that are bad. Once winter hits and the snow plow comes through it takes up the bit of this very minor bandaid of a repair. I pay just as much property tax and would like you to do a good repair on this one block of 93rs Ct. and the connecting Carpenter street. Thank you!