At each of the city's Town Hall meetings on the budget cuts, Managing Director Camille Barnett has given handouts to the audience, asking them for their opinions on how to allocate the city's money.

Attendees were given a list of 11 city services or initiatives -- like libraries or tax cuts -- and told to distribute 100 points among the options, giving the most to their top priorities.

Yesterday, the city posted a tally of the responses at the first three meetings. By far police, fire and libraries get the most points, while tax cuts get the least. You can

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