Major restructuring has made the once-thriving community fundamentally different.
"I don't know if we can trust you at the end of the day,” one student said.
The procession traveled from College Park to Largo.
One resident called the removal of over 250 trees as a "slaughter" of the tree canopy.
Monthly rents increased by more than $30 in at least three nearby apartment complexes in 2019.
The move would be in line with the city's goal to increase community engagement.
The council unanimously passed the ordinance about two months ago.
They are adding two new questions for constituents to answer.
Election day is Nov. 5.
The feature could cost between $200,000 and $700,000.