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| City of Portland |
Memorandum
To: | Mayor Sam Adams | From: | Haotian Wang | Date: | September 21, 2015 | Subject: | Findings for each of the four survey questions | | |

Finding

Comparing to other districts of the city:

1. 4% people who lived in the north or northeast part of the city are more unsatisfied with the quality of facilities of the parks, which nearby their homes. 2. 9% people who lived in the north or northeast part of the city are more unsatisfied with the quality of grounds of the parks, which nearby their homes. 3. 13% people who lived in the east district of the city are more unsatisfied with the affordability of the city’s recreation programs.
4. 6% people who lived in the east district of the city are more unsatisfied with the variety of the city’s recreation programs.
5. 4% people who lived in east or north area of the city are more unsatisfied with the instructed quality of the city’s recreation programs.
6. 23% people who lived in the east area of the city are more negate with the attraction and improvement of the city’s new residential development.
7. 45% people who lived in the east area of the city are more negate with the improvement of the city’s new residential development.

Recommendation

1. In the planning, planners would have to concentrate on the development of balance and coordination around all the part of the city. 2. Data of some items shows some retrogresses in flowing years. Planners should analyze it and solve these problems timely.

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