In a recent survey of city of Enumclaw residents regarding budget issues, 44 percent of those who responded to the question indicated they'd be willing to go without Park and Recreational programming in the city next year.
Fifty-eight percent of those who answered the question indicated they'd be willing pay extra to maintain the police force.
Sixty-five percent of those who answered the question said they'd be willing to annex the city library into King County Library System.
In all, about 100 people responded to the survey, and despite the low participation, the Enumclaw City Council is using the results as a guide when beginning its work tonight on the 2012 budget. Given the poor economy, councilmembers expect it will be a .
If you disagree with any of the sentiments, and you might in a , consider stopping by in the first of four budget workshops which are open to the public, during which the Enumclaw City Council will begin work on the 2012 budget.
Make your concerns and preferences known and your voice heard. (Click here to see the city's preliminary budget for next year.)
Tonight's meeting begins at 7 p.m.