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From:Gabriella Yap <br />To:Herb Stark; CC <br />Cc:CityClerk; Cory Linder; Matt Waters <br />Subject:RE: Consent Calendar, Item H <br />Date:Tuesday, May 15, 2018 5:59:18 PM <br />Dear Herb, <br /> <br />Thank you for your email. While you may feel like cutting off the City’s social media is going to end <br /> Ladera Linda’s traffic problems, it won’t make an impact because the majority of the issues stem <br /> from AYSO games and social media meet up groups, not the City’s postings. We have a community <br /> of almost 43,000 residents and everyone has different needs, interests, and preferences. It’s <br /> important for us to connect our residents to the services they want, and to use a variety of methods <br /> to reach them. Some still like mail and we’re finding many, if not most, are digitally connected <br /> because it is convenient and real-time. As a result, we use various mediums, like newsletters and <br /> social media , to reach them. <br /> <br />You had asked how many were RPV residents who were coming to the events, and not others. Here <br /> are the stats from the informal, voluntary surveys done at the last Movie in the Park and July 4th <br /> that provide a sampling: <br />Movies in the Park - June: totals by Zip Code <br />City Zip Respondents Percent <br />RPV 90275 24 52% <br />Peninsula 90274 14 30% <br />Torrance/Walteria 90505 3 7% <br />Torrance 90501 3 7% <br />Hermosa 90254 1 2% <br />San Pedro 90731 1 2% <br /> <br />Movies in the Park - <br /> July: totals by Zip <br /> Code <br />City Zip Respondents Percent <br />RPV 90275 41 57% <br />San Pedro 90731 9 13% <br />Peninsula 90274 6 8% <br />Torrance 90503 3 4% <br />Hermosa 90254 3 4% <br />Redondo Beach 90277 3 4% <br />Torrance 90501 2 3% <br />Torrance 90504 1 1% <br />Torrance 90710 1 1% <br />Torrance/Walteria 90505 1 1% <br />Carson 90745 1 1% <br />Sylmar 91342 1 1%