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The leadership on Beacon Hill is attempting to open the door to predatory gambling in Massachusetts. They have refused to conduct a proper study of the pros and cons of their proposals. The House passed its casino bill without holding public hearings.
They claim casinos will create jobs. But the facts show that casinos are jobs killers and community-busters. They drain so much money from the local economy that they kill 1.5 jobs for every one they create. And they saddle us with social problems that cost taxpayers $3 dollars for every $1 dollar in tax revenue.
Casinos are not part of the solution. We can create more jobs by investing in the energy-efficient green economy of the future. Casino jobs create addictions. Green jobs give us reliable energy, clean up the air, improve nutrition, reduce chronic disease, health costs, and avert the threat of climate change.
Sign our petition to ask the Massachusetts legislature to say NO to casino gambling.
The Mount Olive, NJ municipal dog park has been in existence for 2 years now, and we were promised a permanent shelter in the park to protect its users from the elements.
As no work has begun to install this permanent structure, the signatories of this petition would like to install their own seasonal, load bearing shelter as soon as possible, taking on all costs and its installation.
A PETITION REGARDING THE SNOWDEN REPORT ON ST. JEROME’S UNIVERSITY
Whereas the Board of Governors of St. Jerome’s University has commissioned an investigation by Snowdon & Associates Inc. into issues pertaining to the recent issues of morale within SJU and
Whereas the University Catholic Community is connected to SJU through Campus Ministry and has been affected by the departure of our Campus Ministry team because of these issues and
Whereas there exists great uncertainty about the future of UCC that has resulted in significant reduction in donations and attendance and
Whereas the University Catholic Community, comprised of members of the student body, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university, is one of the major stakeholders and supporters of SJU,
The fatal bus crash that killed 18 on Thursday 1st May, has once again brought into question the safety of New Hirams Highway road design.
Over the years many Sai Kung residents have been victim to or have witnessed accidents to varying degrees on this notioriously dangerous road. It has already been suggested that temporary speed checks are not am adequte fight against speeding drivers.
We aim to challenge the local council until they put in place PERMANENT measures.
After all the recent violations of our children by sexual preditors I feel a plan of action must take place.
After a conversation spanning many months, an associate and I feel that sexual predators (depending on circumstances behind crime) should be fitted with permanent GPS tracking devices.
Now I am sure this will raise questions about civil rights but to that I ask "What will it take to keep our children safe! from these individuals who liken their crimes to a sickness? All we currently offer is a sort of medication for those who are truly interested in receiving help for their illness and rehabilatation.
To futher this petition we would like to start a non profit organization that serves as a watch dog and monitoring these said predators.
We plan to rally behind this program to keep our children safe. I wish an organization like this did not have to exist. I wish we lived in a simpler time but the cold hard facts are that members of our community feel a program like this has become the lesser of two evils.
If you want to do whatever it takes to keep our kids and others in our community from meeting the same fate as Jessica Lungsford or Coralrose please sign this petition.
January 04, 2006
This Petition is in favor of the Pleasant Meadows Transient project on Oxbow Rd in the Town Of Milford, NY. New modular homes with foundations will be built on this site to house the weekly tourists who are visiting the area for The Cooperstown Dreams Park.
The Dreams Park is only open for 10 weeks & so will be the Pleasant Meadows Mobile Home Park. These homes will only be available during the summer season which will not cause an increase in taxes as student enrollment will not increase. The property owner will be paying taxes in such as school, county, land, ect. Which will be a winning situation for Milford Taxpayers!
This property will be upgraded with new landscaping, appropriate lighting & attractive new homes. This project will have new jobs available, including construction, full time management cleaners & maintenance workers.
This property will only provide housing for weekly tourists who are visiting the area for The Cooperstown Dreams Park.
The other alternative for this property is a PERMANENT Trailer Park. Honestly 10 weeks worth of non-permanent tourists sounds better than PERMANENT residents which will cause an increase in taxes & traffic.
Please sign in favor of the Pleasant Meadows Transient Permit Project, Thank You.
Please show your support for our friend, Rabia Benhmida, and sign this online petition demanding that the motion for her deportation be rescinded and that she be allowed to be in the U.S., be given permanent resident status, green cards and the right to apply for US citizenship.
Then we ask you to pass this petition on to your family and friends.
We would like to have restrictive covenant number 2, no mobile homes used as a permanent residence removed. The abstract states these covenants may be altered after 2 years by a 2/3 majority vote of land owners of this 14.334 acre tract of land.
Let Luigi30 have permanent ops in honor of his 1337th line in #uberducks.
There was a time in central Florida when hot dogs were being sold by women in thong bikinis. This resulted in a high percentage of traffic accidents at intersections where these carts were located.
Most counties near Tampa, FL curtailed this activity by adjusting their adult content laws. Rather than taking this approach, Pasco County, Florida has been citing a zoning law that requires all business be transacted in a permanent structure as a basis for shutting down hot dog carts and other mobile food vendors that are otherwise legally licensed to conduct business in Florida.
The enforcement of this law has been very biased and selective. During a meeting in November, 2002 with zoning officials it was stated that all vendors would be treated equally and without bias. As of May, 2003 vendors identified in the meeting have yet to be shut down, while others have been subject to the selective enforcement.
We were given some permanant shifts in a nursing home, then a new manager started and the shifts were taken from us which leaves us being on call as casuals.
We where promised permanent shifts and lost the ones we did have because the new manager stated paper work by previous manager was done wrong.
The petition is to abolish H1-B and F-1 visa categories in the Immigration and Naturalization Act.
This petition is a request to have Father Calhoun (temporary pastor of St. Jeremiah's Church) be install permanently as pastor of St. Jeremiah's Church, located in Framingham, MA.