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Petition to East Coast, people, area 51 aliens, merpeople , cthulu, Citizens of the Americas
Too much coast. Must remove. Too much flood on coast, and too much trash.
Petition to Omaha Planning Board, Omaha City Council
We, the undersigned residents of Omaha, Nebraska, oppose any zoning changes to existing floodplain zones and residential development within the property presently owned by/leased to the Sunset Valley Golf Club, 9300 Arbor Street, and adjacent property within the Big Papio Creek flood plain.
Petition to Reggie Gaffney, Al Ferraro
Stop the rezoning application L-5337-18C for a 9 acre =~250 unit 4-stories PUD Public Urban Development on Drury Lane and Main Street (on the back side of Gillespie). with a 440 spot parking lot. This is a nightmare waiting to happen for our community. Excessive crowding in our schools, low lying land build up WILL cause flooding, children waking before dawn to a 150 decibel train whistle and rattling windows, 440 cars making a left hand turn on south bound Main Street to get to I-295 which is already backed up to Yulee in the mornings, noise and air pollution, lack of good drainage (a problem which already exisits) will produce large lakes of still water bringing swarms of mosquitos and much much more
Petition to Buddy Dyer, Jim Gray, Tony Ortiz, Robert Stuart, Patty Sheehan, Regina Hill, Samuel Ings, Ron DeSantis, Bracy Randolph, Kamia Brown
The Headwaters of the Little Wekiva River are in danger of being destroyed in an upcoming plan to build several structures and 16 tennis courts over this vital ecosystem located near John Young Parkway and Princeton Ave. The City of Orlando is proposing to build a recreational center on these wetlands.
This area is the last undeveloped wetlands protecting the headwaters to the Little Wekiva River and is listed a Tier 1 Protected Wetlands.Wetlands are the kidneys of Florida’s water. This unique wetland filters the water that flows into the Little Wekiva River, provides flood protections to the nearby community, and is home to a diverse ecosystem for wildlife.
We need your help to ask our elected officials to protect these vital wetlands by stopping these destructive projects.
Instead, we can bring the community together by preserving the wetlands with an educational park and trails to teach about the importance of this ecosystem.
Please sign the petition and let our public officials you don’t want these wetlands at the Headwaters of the Little Wekiva River destroyed.
Protect these wetlands at the headwaters of the Little Wekiva River for future generations.
For More information on the importance of these wetlands and how they connect to the Little Wekiva River visit http://www.speakupwekiva.com/
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