Petition to Lee Brand, Tom McClintock, Tom Wheeler, Kevin McCarthy, Devin Nunes
Support the Rights of Immigrants in California and Nationwide
Tell Fresno'mayor Lee Brand to join the growing number of Republican and Democratic mayors throughout the United States helping their cities protect immigrants! Immigrants make up roughly 22% of the population of Fresno and their work is vital to Fresno's economy. Immigrant contributions to diversity, richness of culture, and humanity are as integral to Fresno as a city as they are to America as a country. 50% of Fresno residents identify as Hispanic or Latino, and most are US citizens who vote. We should not allow local law enforcement to share private data with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, putting Fresno residents at risk. Instead, Fresno’s elected officials should be drafting legislation and enacting policies that protect its residents, such as those outlined here. You can read more about regional immigrant protection or deportation policies here: www.ilrc.org/searching and here: https://www.ilrc.org/local-enforcement-map Let’s make sure Fresno remains a city in which we can take pride. Sign this petition and send the message to Mayor Brand that we will not sell out our neighbors, coworkers, and friends! Call Mayor Lee Brand at 559-621-2489.
Petition to Hasbro, Discovery Communications, Discovery Channel
Protect Friendship is Magic!
Today we received a horrible blow as a leaked concept revealed Hasbro intends to rip out all of our hearts by removing My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and replacing it with a shadow, a pale corperate cash grab that is currently being refered to as "G5" Here we hope to ensure they know we will protect our ideal, we will show them that we will not take it lying down! WE WILL PROTECT OUR IDEAL!
Petition to Chairman Robert Felder, Commissioner Bob McDonald, Commissioner James Bohar, Commissioner Kelso Barnett, Vice Chair Ron Wellander, Councilmember Rachel Hundley, Councilmember Gary Edwards, Mayor Madolyn Agrimonti, Councilmember David Cook, Councilmember Amy Harrington, Commissioner James Cribb, Commissioner Carol Jansen
REJECT DEVELOPER'S PROPOSAL
REJECT DEVELOPER’S PROPOSAL PROTECT SONOMA’S SMALL TOWN CHARACTER The Sonoma Planning Commission is considering a proposal by a developer who plans to build a 49-unit apartment complex at 20269 Broadway, across from Train Town near Leveroni/Napa Road. To put things in perspective, based on Sonoma’s population, this would be the equivalent of an 800-unit project in Santa Rosa and would generate between 319 and 490 new vehicle trips per day. That part of town already experiences heavy traffic and to add significant volume in two school zones would present new safety hazards for children. The site on Broadway is so small the developer can provide only 62 on-site parking spaces for as many as 237 residents. This would put considerable pressure on the surrounding neighborhoods and create more safety issues for pedestrians and bicyclists as people drive around looking for parking. Residential streets are central to the feeling of community and belonging within a neighborhood. When traffic volumes increase beyond what is considered normal by residents, social street activities (children playing, block parties, etc.) are greatly reduced and the feeling of well-being in the affected neighborhood is threatened. More than just a localized issue, lack of sufficient parking should be a concern for all residents because the proposed development is located in the Historic Overlay Zone and must “respect and contribute to the character of the area.” What would it say about our City if all the streets near the Gateway were crowded with traffic and parked cars? It is doubtful Sonoma would remain an attractive and safe place to live or visit if cars overwhelm it. Please help protect our community’s quality of life and small town character and tell the Sonoma Planning Commission to: Reject the developer’s proposal until the number of units is significantly reduced and the on-site parking spaces are increased. Order a full Environmental Impact Review to help make certain all of the negative impacts of a large development on our community are identified and fully mitigated. The Commission has shown it is in favor of this low-income development. Please sign this petition to let the Commissioners know they must look more closely at the site’s limitations and ensure the surrounding neighborhoods are not negatively impacted. Sources and Resources 49 units to population of Sonoma (10,648) as X is to the population of Santa Rosa (174,170). 49 X 174,170 = 8,534,330 ÷10,648 = 801 The Institute of Traffic Engineers’ Trip Generation Manual Traffic and Neighborhood Quality of Life Driven to Excess Residential Street Standards
Petition to TPWD
Protect Oyster habitat for future consumption and sustainability *Sign Now*
Click here to learn more fromTPWD The situation with the oyster harvest is out of control. There needs to be a balance between the availability for consumption and destruction of the oyster habitat. The regulations as proposed are far reaching and overdue. If you support this cause, sign this petition and it will be sent to Robert MacDonald at Texas Parks and wildlife department. This has a week to gain signatures as the commission is set to meet Thursday, August 24,2017. Please support and sign this petition we appreciate any help we can get. Robert MacDonaldTexas Parks and Wildlife Department4200 Smith School RdAustin, TX 78744Email: email@example.com Dear Mr. MacDonald, I support the changes in the Oyster Regulations as presented in the Public Hearings in the month of August. The regulations are essential for the protection of the resource and future availability for consumption. Respectfully submitted,