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Carlos Ponce

Don't change your clocks. Just show up an hour early or an hour late depending on the season.[beam]

Claudia Burnam

[thumbdown] NO! E G Wiley

Gary Miller

I use my one vote for permanent daylight savings time. More hours of daylight after school or work. All days are the same 24 hours but which hours have daylight is the question.

Susan Fennewald

I like DST. It's always an adjustment, but it actually makes the best use of the daylight.

If we do away with it -do you want the spring forward or the fall back clock setting? Do you want the clock as it is now? Or do you want to have sunrise at 7:45 instead of 6:45? I'm retired, so it doesn't really matter to me - but heading off to work while its still dark outside was always a bummer..

Bailey Jones

I'd rather have year-round DST. I don't care if it's dark in the mornings. I do care how much daylight I have in the evenings. If you're going to ask for the voters' opinions on this, at least give them all the options:

1) Keep changing the clocks twice a year, as is

2) Make standard time year round

3) Make DST year round

Brian Tamney

No way will i ever support standard time year round. do not care what time the sun comes up but when it goes down affects my planning greatly, either DST year round or keep switching!

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