Petition to Sellersburg Town Council, Sellersburg Municipal Works, Indiana Department of Transportation
Make Lakesides Estates and Butler Road Safe-- Make Necessary Repairs
Lakeside Estates has a well-known, reported and documented safety issue that is not being resolved. Highway 31 near the entrance of the Lakeside Estates subdivision heavily floods. The flooding is severe and vehicles cannot safely pass to enter or exit the subdivision. The only other possible passage is Butler Road, which connects to Highway 31. However Butler Road is a small, gravel road. It has so many gigantic potholes, it is extremely unsafe. It is now a frequent occurrence that residents cannot safely leave their homes. Residents risk damage to their vehicles and selves. Plans, including traveling to work, are frequently derailed by the flooding. This is not only an inconvenience for the many residents who call Lakeside Estates and the surrounding areas home, it is potentially disastrous. In the event of an emergency, residents cannot quickly leave and emergency vehicles would likely have difficulty entering the area. This is an extremely unsafe situation. We deserve and demand a safe solution. We elected our representatives to listen to our concerns and attempt to resolve them. We pay our taxes and expect safe roads in return. This is a reasonable request. To resolve this issue, please do at least one of these things: Repair the potholes and pave Butler Road Repair the section of Highway 31 to prevent flooding Build a new access road Either one of these reasonable solutions would resolve this dangerous issue. Please ensure this is resolved. Thank you for your prompt attention to this gravely serious matter.
Petition to Kamala Harris, Donald Trump, DIane Feinstein, Nancy Pelosi, Mark DeSaulnier, Barbara Lee, Zoe Lofgren, Maxine Waters
Ditch the trips to Mar-A-Lago and save the U.S. Chemical Board
From the West Texas Fertilizer Plant explosion, to the blow-out at the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig -- the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) has been there to investigate and make the recommendations that help keep industrial operations safe for workers and the communities that surround these industrial plants. But the Trump administration has targeted the agency for elimination. This is why both research scientists AND private industry, even those who have been investigated by the CSB, are uniting in opposition to this dangerous, short-sighted attempt to gut a critical agency whose very mission is to uncover the causes of industrial accidents and make recommendations to prevent them from happening again. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board is an agency with a significant impact, despite its relatively small budget -- roughly the cost of three Presidential trips to Mar-A-Lago. Eliminating CSB will only put workers and the general public at unnecessary risk. Their work must be preserved -- no matter what. If you care about clean, safe air and water, and believe that we should keep plant and refinery workers safe, sign and share this petition. The next chemical disaster could be right around the corner -- don’t let Congress take away our ability to help prevent it.
Petition to UNH Campus Planning Committee
Addition of a sidewalk to MUB Circle (the road that leads to Holloway Commons)
Currently, any student that is heading to the MUB or Holloway Commons coming from the Area One dorms, Hamel Rec Center, the Paul Business School and many other academic buildings has to walk up MUB Circle, a road that often has many cars and students, but no sidewalk. The addition of a sidewalk to this road would allow a safer walking path for students as well as a safer road for drivers. A sidewalk would also allow a more accessible path for handicapped students.
Petition to Adam Williams
Return to old housing policies
Locking the side doors and not being allowed in the building during the hours of 12:00-8:00am have not made anyone safer, but provided a false sense of security. With no one monitoring the halls these new rules are worthless, anyone can still get in the buildings.Most importantly we are adults and should be treated as such. We are paying for this experience and should have a say in what changes get made.
Petition to Jim Sullivan, Jeff Potter, Warren Slocum (Board of Supervisors, San Mateo County), Gretchen Kelly (Airport Manager), Michael Wentworth (Administrative Services & Airports, San Mateo County)
Surf Air, Inc.: Stop, or reroute, Surf Air flights that are using KSQL (San Carlos) Airport
> NEW gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/calm-the-skies < There has been a substantial increase in noticeable noise from low flying aircraft that are now traversing over Redwood City, Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo Alto and other nearby neighborhoods. The increased noise is mostly the result of new flights from a startup company called Surf Air that has initiated commercial operations into and out of San Carlos Airport (KSQL). After receiving funding of $65 million, Surf Air has been expanding services and will have up to 21 scheduled arrivals into KSQL. This is a substantial increase in service from the original 7 flights when Surf Air first began flying into KSQL. That means the current approach corridor, as approved by the FAA, will see a significant increase in noisy flights over neighborhoods in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Atherton and Redwood City. This also means a substantial increase in departure noise for Redwood Shores, Redwood City, Atherton and Menlo Park. Many of the affected neighborhoods are located near the Middlefield Road corridor. In addition, these aircraft fly over or near Encinal Elementary, Walter Hays Elementary and Menlo Atherton High School. If you find the noise objectionable, OR if you are concerned about the negative impact on your property’s value, OR if you are concerned about potential accidents due to aircraft flying over our homes and schools, then please indicate your objection to Surf Air's flight path into San Carlos airport by signing this petition. Thank you for your participation and please reach out to your neighbors to get them involved.
Petition to Scott Peters, California State House, California State Senate, California Governor, Doug LaMalfa
All large businesses need to have an AED machine
My 20-year-old niece, Marisa, had a heart attack at work and died. This tragedy left me feeling helpless knowing there was nothing I could have done to save her. The paramedics did not make it there in time, but I often wonder if her life could have been saved if there had been an automated external defibrillator (AED) on site. Marisa was working full-time at Lowe’s when the incident occurred. She worked at one of the company’s large retail stores, with hundreds of employees and customers passing through its doors every day, and you would think they’d have an AED. But there is no law requiring them. This life-saving machine is affordable, easy to use, and should be mandatory in all large businesses. Marisa was extremely hard-working. She was putting herself through nursing school and working full-time. She was also juggling the responsibility of having a 10 month-old son, and taking care of her younger sister at the time. It is possible that she would still be with us today if there was an AED present. In honor of Marisa’s memory, I am asking California lawmakers to pass “Marisa’s Law” which requires large businesses to have at least one AED at each location. Companies like Target, Costco, and Outback Steakhouse have already voluntarily provided defibrillators at their locations, but legislation needs to be passed. Please sign and share.
Petition to Humboldt county works
Petition to Humboldt County Works to implement speed limits on Salmon Creek/Thomas Road
The rural unmarked paved roads in our community have experienced a significant uptick in traffic both in volume and size of vehicles. Our road is narrow and winding and the lack of speed controls has led to increasingly dangerous conditions. We the undersigned are requesting public works to initiate the road surveys, car counts and any other necessary steps to clear the way for a proposal to be set before the board of supervisors to create an ordinance that establishes speed limits well below what the law currently provides. It is our view that in light of the growth in both population and agricultural activities our community would benefit greatly from the awareness raising, and subsequent improved safety -specifically for commuting families- of those posted lower speed limits .
Petition to Residents and homeowners of oxnard, Friends, police, City, County
Active cameras through out city of oxnard
There's a lot of crime in oxnard . Especially homicides . Let's get a bunch of signatures to get oxnard to install cameras all throughout city . Please share and sign to help stop violence in the city of oxnard .! The more signatures the better please share !!