A number of candidates are talking about buying the private land on the waterfront, spending city money to create trolley's instead of BRT, and to buy historic properties. How would you balance these capital spending items with current plans to build new classroom space for the schools, new fire stations, to fix stormwater issues in the city, manage flooding, buy new busses and fix the combined sewer system in old town? What should the city's capital priorities be. Which capital spending/infrastructure items are your first and second priorities? Whatever your priorities are, how would you pay for them? And lastly as capital spending impacts the city's bond rating. Do you support policies to maintain the city's AAA bond rating?