Petition to Columbia City Council
No Pitbull Ban in Columbia Missouri
As of October 6, 2019, Columbia City Council is starting discussion of a pitbull ban. This will lead to bully breeds and “pitbull-like dogs” in shelters being euthanized, and current owners possibly having to surrender their dog. Let them know we will not support this. The American Pitbull Terriers is shown to have a better temperament toward people than German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers according to the American Temperament Test Society. They over flow shelters leading to more bite cases based on population proportion that gives them a bad name. Despite the fact that almost half of the dogs at the Central Missouri Humane Society are some form of “pitbull” less than 25% of bite cases last year were attributed to them. Half the dogs made up less than a fourth of the bite cases. “Pitbulls” also make up 40% of euthanized dogs already; please don’t let Columbia City Council increase this number.
Petition to New Baltimore Residents
Please Help Stop Rezoning for Outdoor Bar in Historic New Baltimore Neighborhood!
The City of New Baltimore sent a notice of public hearing regarding a rezoning request to change 2 parcels on Maria Street to Central Business District. This is NOT located on Washington Street, 23 Mile Road, or Main Street. The Conditional Zoning Agreement filed with the City indicate the “Applicant desires to use the property to operate a ... drinking establishment... a public bar and restaurant with seating capacity exceeding 20, serving alcoholic drinks indoors and outdoors, and accessible to all members of the public... with regular “open” hours.” Bars are regularly open until 2am. “Rooms and grounds could be rented and used by groups for private events.” Wedding receptions come with sound systems that can be heard for blocks. The planned outdoor gazebo appears to be approximately 74 feet by 50 feet. This could hold about 100 people. The plan includes “usage of adjacent church parking lot...” and valet because there is NO space on these parcels allocated to parking. The parcels are at the corner of Maria and Alfred. There are single-family and multi-family homes on each side of the parcels. This is not a good location for this kind of establishment - the neighborhood will be subject to noise, light, and traffic congestion during the day and night. The applicant did NOT limit hours of operation in the contract. The applicant did NOT contact the neighbors to discuss how they were willing to work together to gain any support. Historic New Baltimore neighborhood is NOT the place for this kind of business. These parcels are NOT currently zoned Central Business for a reason! There are vacant parcels in the existing Central Business district where this could be located - this is not a vital need our community has and, even if it was, there are parcels in Central Business where it could be located. Please sign this petition and attend the New Baltimore Planning Commission meeting on October 22, 2019 at 7:30pm at City Hall to show your support for DENYING the request to rezone these parcels to Central Business and granting special use to allow an outdoor bar to serve alcohol to more than 20 patrons in the middle of our historic neighborhood. We do not need the noise, light, and traffic that will come with this establishment. Please protect our community!
Petition to Mayor Walt Hollingsworth, Gerald Byrd, Jim Waters, Met Lane
SAVE THE LANES on Bankhead Hwy.
The Bankhead Corridor is a major business corridor in West Georgia that relies on heavy traffic to sustain itself. Continued BEAUTIFICATION IMPROVEMENTS ARE NECESSARY; however, any improvements should not degrade the "Level of service" (LOS) for traffic. According to the current traffic engineering study (USED WEDNESDAY DATA), the proposed corridor improvement plan with lane reductions to create bicycle and walking lanes will DEGRADE THE LEVEL OF SERVICE, PROVEN WITH THE RECENT CONE NARROWING. We petition to keep the current traffic pattern and lane structure, and supplement with median island landscaping, utility simplification, signage improvements, and cosmetic standards for businesses.
Petition to Stadium Village Apartment
Safety at Stadium
stadium village apartment complex has had ongoing safety issues, the gates for pedestrians never work correctly so anyone can freely come and go. The apartment has warned us about this issue for about a month now but has yet to do anything to resolve it. There is no security on the premises during the day or week, only on weekend nights. There was a bullet hole in the gym door and we got no notification that this even happen or how. There have been multiple shootings as well, and they have not once informed the residents of it happening or what was going on. Us as residents and the other complexes in the surrounding area are out of the loop and are highly concerned about our safety. We would like to better receive information when crime does occur and not hours later and not from media first. Something needs to be done about this and if the issues continue attendees should have the option drop their lease.
Petition to Woodbury Minnesota City
Preserve Valley Creek Park
We are concerned about plans to develop park amenities in Valley Creek Park. We want to see the land preserved in order to protect it as a natural habitat for the plants and animals that live there. It is a refuge for a wide variety of wildlife, and we want to make sure any plans that are developed by the Woodbury Park Department are centered on protecting this precious land.
Petition to St Johns County Commissioners
No Commercial on Roberts Road
The new owners at 1342 & 1344 Roberts Rd have applied to rezone their properties as commercial. They are calling it Fruit Cove Village. The plan is being pitched as a simple neighborhood gym, but there is another 30,000 sq feet of property that could be anything... bar, tattoo parlor, sex shop... We chose this area because it is residential. We want it to stay that way. We don't need a gym on Roberts Road. We are already beyond traffic capacity. There are plenty of commercial properties on San Jose and we don't mind the drive. We need to make our voices heard. We want our kids to walk and bike to school safely.We need to let the Commissioners know we do not want this. There was a public meeting on August 13 at 6pm. The standing-room-only crowd was overwhelmingly against the rezoning, aside from several friends of the applicants sprinkled around the room. There was no mention of alcohol, yet that was included with the application, as well as outdoor music. These "mom and pop" developers hired a representative to speak for them and that person moderated the meeting. There was also a meeting at the Planning and Zoning Agency on September 19th. This item passed at that meeting. The Board of County Commissioners will hear the plan on Tuesday November 5th at 9am in the County Administration Building (500 San Sebastian Way). Please try to be there if at all possible. We need to keep our neighborhood residential.
Petition to Baseball fans.
Remove Joe Buck from baseball commentating.
Joe Buck is beyond annoying. As someone that is supposed to be an unbiased commentator, his personal vomit is too frequently displayed. I do not speak Spanish and will legitimately turn to the Spanish station just so I do not have to be tortured with his unending ignorance. That is all.
Petition to Pleasant Valley Property Management
New roads for bluffview wisconsin
Being someone who lives in the neighborhood and driving over all these potholes destroying not only my car but numerous people who I know who live out here cars as well it's time for somebody to do something to get this fixed