• Petitioning City of Galion

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City of Galion

Amend the Heise Park Pool Family Pass Policy

    1. Karen Snyder
    2. Petition by

      Karen Snyder

According to a city ordinance, only a mother, a father, and up to three children can purchase a family pool pass to the Heise Park pool. The ordinance excludes many families of Galion who do not fit into its narrow definition, including families consisting of grandparents raising grandchildren and same-sex couples with children. The exclusion puts an extra financial burden on these families and denies them the respect and recognition given to traditional families. We are asking Galion to amend their policy to be more inclusive. Our proposal is to allow up to five individuals sharing a residence to be able to purchase a family pass. If you believe Galion should respect all families, please sign this petition to amend the Heise Park Pool's family pass policy!

To:
City of Galion
Amend the Heise Park Pool Family Pass Policy

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 250 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • April Hampton BUCYRUS, OH
      • 3 months ago

      I believe in the equality and suffer from prejudice and stereotypes as well. I hope to amend the policy to allow everyone the right to purchase a pool pass.

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    • Constance Ross GALION, OH
      • 3 months ago

      So Galion can show we are not a bigoted community. The issue has gone world-wide.

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    • Ricardo García VALENCIA, VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF
      • 3 months ago

      Por la igualdad de derechos de todas las personas

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    • Karen Kelly BRANDENBURG, KY
      • 3 months ago

      This is blatant discrimination...

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    • RICARDO SANTANA POMPANO, FL
      • 3 months ago

      DISCRIMINATION IS WRONG!

      THE AFRICAN AMERICANS KNOWS AND OTHER GROUPS TOO!

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