LOS ANGELES --The city of Los Angeles wants residents to give their opinion on the current budget crisis.Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's office has posted a survey on the city's Web site, asking residents to rank their most important budget priorities.
The survey also lets you rate how well current services are run.
The city is facing a budget gap of $433 million next year.
Villaraigosa will present his budget proposal to the City Council in April.
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