by Pam Zubeck
My City for Champions poll was hacked at approximately 7:26 pm today. Prior to that time, the last printing I have of the results was with 549 votes tallied. Those results are listed below.
In addition to votes, I received 207 comments for and against the City for Champions proposal. Most comments were very thoughtful, and interesting points were raised from all sides. I’ll create a document of all those comments (minus the identities and email addresses of those who chose to submit them) and will send the document to the other City Councilmembers.
Thank you, everyone who participated.
Last Known Results before Hacking (from a printout):
Absolutely not. 48.63% (267 votes)
Only if it's 100% privately funded. 15.12% (83 votes)
No. 13.48% (74 votes)
Yes, I'm very supportive of the proposal. 11.84% (65 votes)
Yes. 5.83% (32 votes)
Maybe. 4.19% (23 votes)
Other. 0.91% (5 votes)
In my assessment, and while there are still open questions, the Application sufficiently addresses the statutory criteria that the Third Party Analyst will need to conduct a full evaluation and prepare a report. Although I will await the report from the Third Party Analyst, I would note that of the four components in your application, the Olympic Museum appears to most closely satisfy the statutory criteria for award of RTA support.