Topic

theft

7 petitions

Update posted 8 months ago

Petition to Lee Gray (Mayor)

Street Lights for Safety - Pickerington

Over the past few years, crime has been steadily increasing in the Pickerington, Ohio area. Most recently, several vehicles were broken into, including one vehicle that was stolen from a residents driveway. Unfortunately, the residents of the Stonebridge Estates sub division have been victims of these crimes more than once. Over the past 1-2 years, there have been many break-ins, vandalism, thefts, and attempted home invasions.To date, attending City Council meetings have resulted in no change and a complete denial of the request for street lights. We believe this has allowed crime to not only continue, but to increase in frequency and intensity.Pickerington currently has a 3-mil permanent levy on the ballot and emphasizes the following points in justifying the request: "Protect the community’s current investments", "Provide a safe, secure, 21st-century ... environment", and "Ensure Pickerington remains a “community of choice” for current and future residents."We are asking for the same. We would like to have the City of Pickerington protect the community's current investments, provide a safe, secure, 21st-century environment, and ensure Pickerington remains a "community of choice" for current and future residents.We are petitioning the City of Pickerington to provide street lights for the Stonebridge Estates subdivision to ensure the safety and well-being of its residents and to deter theft and vandalism.

Travis Van Ness
75 supporters
Decision maker responded 10 months ago

Petition to Bill Walker, William Morse, Jahna Lindemuth, Alaska Governor, Michael Dunleavy, Don Young, Lisa Murkowski, Alaska Governor Bill Walker, Bill Wielechowski

We NEED the other half of our PFD's

We the undersigned Alaska residents politely demand you return the monies you stole from us when you chose to take away half of our PFD's illegally. Many Alaskans rely on our Permanent Fund Dividends annually to provide necessities, purchase long johns, socks, winter gear, and pay bills, (like medical necessities which have been covered by Medicaid/Medicare annually prior to recent egregious changes forcing patients to do without while placing us in a position of hardship making payments to medical professionals). We elderly, disabled, struggling parents, bush residents, residents living paycheck to paycheck, understand "tight budgets" because we are struggling to survive on incomes "lower than the poverty level". Just how far do you think ten, one hundred dollar bills stretch each month Bill? You grew up here in Delta Junction...you may not remember us, however, we remember you. You should know better than to try to take unfair advantage of your classmates and constituents. In addition, we have been denied our annual cost of living increases again, despite the prices in Alaska INCREASING. We need you to pay a penalty for breaking the law and stealing our money in the form of 30% interest per person, per month on the unpaid balances of our PFD's. We need deposits posted no later than 1DEC2016 calculated thusly: $1200.00x30%x2 (Oct&Nov) balance due 1Dec2016 $1200.00x30%=$360.00 $1200.00+$360.00=$1560.00 $1560.00x30%=$468.00 $1560.00+$468.00=$2028.00 due 1DEC16 per PFD. Please read the comments for yourselves decision makers. Please do not make us wait until after 17Jan2017 for congress to be back in session.      

DrDi Chadwell
204 supporters