Aurora, Colorado’s Cinemark multiplex has been closed since July 20, when a masked man opened fire during a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises. 12 people were killed; 58 more were injured. A month later, the town is doing its best to move forward — but officials there still aren’t sure what should be done with the building where a dozen moviegoers lost their lives.
That’s where Aurora’s residents come in. The AP writes that the town is now directing citizens to an online survey, where they can express what they think should happen to the theater. “It is our hope that the entire community will participate and benefit from the citywide healing process,” the survey’s first and only question reads. “Many people have asked about the future of Aurora’s Century 16 theater. We want to know your thoughts. Please take a few minutes to tell us your thoughts. These comments will be shared with Cinemark for consideration in their decision making process.”
Although the survey’s responses aren’t visible, they presumably include a few variations on these main options: