On April 9th executive order 202.6 closed all golf courses in New York State, considering it a non-essential business. Prior to the closure, golf courses were taking extreme measures to ensure the of all golf courses. We can understand their frustration. Their daily recreational activities were is not closing golf courses. Instead, let golf courses set examples for other businesses that need the seasonal nature of the business, many golf courses will not be able to operate if they areRead more
Ryan EvansSmithville, NY, United States
Created Apr 13, 2020
Petition to Education Minister John Swinney, Education Scotland, The sqa, Fiona Hyslop
At the end of the academic year 2018, the BA Honours Acting and Musical Theatre courses, currently arts courses is one that will have a major impact on young emerging artists across Scotland. It handful of options available to students looking to further their training. The BA courses at New funding. Since their inception, the BA courses at New College Lanarkshire have provided students audiences of over 17,000. Losing the BA courses will have an impact not only on the student’sRead more
Please re open Michigan golf courses
michiganders love to play golf and we have many courses
keep can still comply with the 6ft rule
the courses need the money and michiganders need the exercise
It’s wrong to close the courses Michigan has more courses than 47 other states (#3 in the nation )
650 golf courses 4 Billion dollar business
losing our courses would horrible to the state
give the courses a new set of rules to follow
if walking around in parks is ok on a 3ft path where you mustRead more
Closing down Golf Courses in Ontario is unnecessary and irresponsible by the provincial government Courses in Ontario! Ontario Government: These numbers are true to this lockdown. Every signature on hereRead more
Scott CostelloBarrie, Canada
Created Apr 16, 2021
Petition to Ruth J. Simmons, John Sharp, Greg Abbott, PVAMU , Prairie View A&M University, David Allen, Dr. Timothy E. Sams
We need to come together and initiate a change. We must use our voice to evoke a change on how the remaining HALF of the semester is conducted. The abrupt end to the current semester had immensely affected the social life of students, the Graduating seniors and the overall quality of life of all students on campus.
COVID-19 has created an unprecedented crisis for PVAMU students, for which many have had their access to the university and academic success hampered due to inequities in resources, failure to comply with disability accommodations, increased joblessness, the need to support our families, and a continuous battle with remote learning.
Given the current climate, it is not reasonable to expect students to produce adequate work or perform at their optimum, when they are fearing for their lives, battling what could be toxic home lives, and managing with mental strain and stress.
We need As now! The extension of P/NP and late drop deadlines is not enough, nor is P/NP across the board P/NP mandate. We have students who are being faced with withdrawing from the school, faced financial cripplement, and faced with the possibility of having to take additional semesters to get off of academic probation or fulfill graduation and professional school requirements.
The pandemic continues to exacerbate both the physical and mental health of students and their family, and health comes before academics, as to how one can perform at the highest degree with deteriorating wellness and consistent worry.
My proposal is that PVAMU students be granted the modified Triple-A Model, wit the first third of the class receives an A+,the middle third an A, the bottom third A- and the bottom 10 percent receive a B+. We feel that this is the best decision to prioritize student wellness as well as commitment to academics. We ask that PVAMU continues to be the leader in the COVID-19 response.
Courses. BC has opened many golf courses along with the US opening many courses. Our Public are being go through this mentally stressful period. We can book our tee off times online and walk the courses Premier does not allow golf courses to open shortly this will certainly put a strain on the businessesRead more
Bill WhalenBurlington, Canada
Created Apr 14, 2020
Petition to San Diego State University Officials, Eugene Olevsky
', organisent des 'courses' de cochons graissés où des cochons apeurés sont lancés dans une arène pour moment de ces courses indignes et encore, quand ils n'auront pas le groin enfoui dans la boue par leurs. Besoins et intérêts qui ne sont nullement pris en considération lors desdites courses.
Nous demandons auRead more
Covid-19 has changed our way of life with nice weather just around the corner everyone will be asking what is essential and what is non-essential. Activities, where people are in close contact, is obviously dangerous. Golf however already takes social distancing into account. People are separated by 10-15 mins. In fact, the flow of individuals is more regulated at a golf course then people self-regulating in a grocery store.
A golf course can easily take payments online or over the phone, they can easily manage the execution of tee-offs, remotely. Closing beverage services, pro-shops, and restaurants would be a small price to pay for an industry that could be decimated by this pandemic.
There are very few activities we can do during this pandemic, golf happens to be one that is safe and manageable.Read more
Mark GrahamCalgary, Canada
Created Apr 10, 2020
Can't find what you're looking for? Build support for an issue you care about.