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Petition to Cape Cod Children's Museam

Save Frank's Frank's Hot Dog Cart!

Hello family and friends I’m am sorry to announce that this will be my fathers last month at the children's museum. We are all heart broken. The Children's Museum has told him that he can no longer sell Hotdogs or have his hot dog cart on their property. We are all extremely upset because he has been selling Franks Franks Food and beverages for the last 13 years in the same location. Not only has Frank Ahern sold the best hotdogs at the children's museum he has also donated time and money to the museum over the past 13 years to help the museum succeed. Frank was a board member for 3 years. He renovated their  kitchen and purchased a new stove for the museum. He also bought there lawn mower and picnic tables. He has spent countless days and weekends mowing the lawn, cleaning up the outside of the museum and helping with maintaining the building. He has also donated time helping and starting events for the community at the museum like Military Appreciation Day, the annual Tea Party, and the Car Show… to only name a few.  When his son, my brother passed away we asked all our friends and relatives to donate to the museum in lue of flowers. Many family members and friends are still donating to the museum today.  We grew up going to the museum and now his grandchildren play at the children's museum. Our friends and family bring their children and grandchildren to the museum on recommendations from us. We also have donated money and exhibits to the museum.   We want your help to keep him at the children’s museum location. Please write reviews on the Cape Cod Children's museum google and yelp page. Also please send the director letters and emails about Frank. Her name is Lisa Bates.  The address is 577 Great Neck Rd S, Mashpee Ma 02649. 1-508-539-8788,  Please Sign our petition to help Frank Ahern and Frank Frank’s Hot Dog Cart Stay at the museum location. My dad is an amazing person has done many things for the community and Children's Museum and he deserves to stay at his current location. Thank you in Advance!    

jennifer gladkowski
3,105 supporters
Started 1 week ago

Petition to Forsyth County Board of Commissioners

Vote No on Building a New Asphalt Plant Near Johns Creek

Forsyth County Board of Commissioners initiated a Conditional Use Permit application ( to allow CW Matthews to build a new asphalt plant in a site near Johns Creek Town Center (0.65 miles from the intersection of Mcginnis Ferry and 141). On 11/21/2019, more than 600 residents gathered in county's Board of Commissioners meeting to express their concerns on this application. County has postponed the voting to 1/9/2020. Please review the application to decide if you want to support or oppose this new plant being built near Johns Creek. Please contribute via the link below if you want to join others to fight against this permit from approval. ·       Proposed 90ft structure (7 floor) which will be likely visible from the surrounding streets and buildings; ·       Proposed around the clock operation, resulting in continuous fume, noise, illumination, dust, and odor; ·       Moving to a plant site closer to more residential homes, and businesses including day care centers, and health care facilities, etc; ·       County initiated the fast track application without following the regular review and public notice process ·       CDC reported as Hazard Review: Health Effects of Occupational Exposure to Asphalt

United Square
506 supporters