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Petitioning Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Kathrin Sears and 6 others

Marin County Board of Supervisors: Protect The Environment And Public Health & Safety In Tam Junction

1,078
Supporters

ISSUE
The 2012 Draft Marin County Housing Element targets Tam Junction with high-density housing and accelerated population growth by including Tam Junction Sites in the Housing Element's Available Land Inventory.

CONSEQUENCES
If adopted, the Housing Element would threaten the environment by encouraging development of high density housing near sensitive habitat & endangered species and jeopardize public health, safety & welfare by exacerbating traffic congestion, flooding/ sea level rise, air pollution, earthquake damage, overburdened public services (e.g. overcrowded schools), insufficient infrastructure and quality of life.

ACTION
Please sign this petition to urge the Marin County Board of Supervisors to ACT NOW to:
1) Remove the Tam Junctions Sites from the 2012 Draft Marin County Housing Element's Available Land Inventory; and
2) Ensure that any proposed development in Tam Valley and Almonte is subject to thorough environmental review and full enforcement of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), with no exemption or streamlining of CEQA allowed.

This petition will be forwarded to the Marin County Board of Supervisors to send a clear message that the undersigned Marin residents are firm in their commitment to preserve, protect and enhance the Tam Valley and Almonte community.

Letter to
Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Kathrin Sears
Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Steve Kinsey
Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Katie Rice
and 4 others
Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Judy Arnold
Marin County Supervisor Supervisor Susan Adams
Marin County Community Development Agency Director Brian Crawford
Marin County Principal Planner Leelee Thomas
I (We), the undersigned resident(s), urge you to ACT NOW to:
1) Remove the Tam Junction Sites from the 2012 Draft Marin County Housing Element's Available Land Inventory; and
2) Ensure that any proposed development in Tam Valley and Almonte is subject to thorough environmental review and full enforcement of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), with no streamlining or exemption of CEQA allowed.