Throughout the summer of 2018, AMOS leaders in Des Moines engaged more than 500 families in conversation, asking the question, "What matters enough to you that you would be willing to raise your own taxes to see it happen?"
Out of these conversations, AMOS leaders drafted a set of six priorities. The proposal includes five of these key priorities that AMOS worked to include: funding to expand library hours, develop children's mental health crisis services, address abandoned and dilapidated homes, hire more rental inspectors, and improve streets, sidewalks, and sewers. In addition, the mayor and city manager committed to light two urban parks, another AMOS priority.
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