Topic

zoning

122 petitions

Started 2 weeks ago

Petition to Forsyth County Board of Commissioners

Vote No on Building a New Asphalt Plant Near Johns Creek

Forsyth County Board of Commissioners initiated a Conditional Use Permit application (https://estatus.forsythco.com/Application.aspx?App=CP190040&ID=307844 to allow CW Matthews to build a new asphalt plant in a site near Johns Creek Town Center (0.65 miles from the intersection of Mcginnis Ferry and 141). On 11/21/2019, more than 600 residents gathered in county's Board of Commissioners meeting to express their concerns on this application. County has postponed the voting to 1/9/2020. Please review the application to decide if you want to support or oppose this new plant being built near Johns Creek. Please contribute via the link below if you want to join others to fight against this permit from approval. https://www.gofundme.com/f/jwn2dk-5000?teamInvite=f6UTrSmdec7u5SM6gKqPNbPwFfhpdUvupEDhPjvBkzllVE6n6Qol52xs8ViRkmdT ·       Proposed 90ft structure (7 floor) which will be likely visible from the surrounding streets and buildings; ·       Proposed around the clock operation, resulting in continuous fume, noise, illumination, dust, and odor; ·       Moving to a plant site closer to more residential homes, and businesses including day care centers, and health care facilities, etc; ·       County initiated the fast track application without following the regular review and public notice process ·       CDC reported as Hazard Review: Health Effects of Occupational Exposure to Asphalt

United Square
525 supporters
This petition won 2 months ago

Petition to Mayor Adler, fayez

More Housing Now In Downtown Austin!

Our city is in crisis. Austin is experiencing an unparalleled housing emergency in which we are losing our class and racial diversity at an alarming rate, with the majority of Austinites (being renters) bearing the brunt of the cost. "Austin City Council passed a resolution in 2005... which reiterated the goal of 25,000 residents living Downtown in ten years" [Downtown Austin Plan (DAP), pg. 5].  We have fewer than 15,000 residents fourteen years later.  In fairness to a plan that helped accomplish much, modeling tools have improved dramatically during the Land Development Code (LDC) rewrite effort. The exercise the City of Austin is conducting: mapping to support our land development goals is a top priority and a goal of 25,000 Downtown residents is equally valid as the goal of 135,000 new residential units citywide. Clearly the more we go beyond 25,000 in the CodeREWRITE, the better we can achieve other goals related to opportunity, 50/50 mode share, and flood management. No part of downtown should be an enclave exempt from contributing to this goal, or that excludes people, families, or housing types. Accordingly, we ask the Mayor and City Council to enable the following: 1. Assign CBD or equivalent zoning to NE quadrant of Downtown Austin [from east of Red River Street over to SB I-35 frontage road.] 2. Assign CBD or equivalent zoning to NW quadrant of Downtown Austin [from west of Guadalupe St. over to North Lamar Boulevard.] 3. Due to often higher densities, recognize West Campus as the northern extension of Downtown Austin. 4. Within Downtown Austin, enforce “compact and connected” wherever possible in land development code. While Austin is engulfed in a housing emergency, preserving exclusive single-family zoning downtown creates de-facto barriers to class and race which is a betrayal of Austin values. What's allowed in many places downtown should be allowed throughout downtown. That's why we need MORE HOUSING NOW!

MORE HOUSING NOW!
142 supporters