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151. Residential Parking
In the 900 Block of Newport, between Monmuth Street and Saratoga Street residents are having constant trouble finding parking places in front of their homes due to new and existing businesses. I and other residents have had police called to mark our vehicles to be marked for parking in front of these businesses multiple times. The reason for parking in front of businesses is their customers take up our parking and it leaves us with grabbing any spot we can find.
We are petitioning for residential parking for that reason. In need of signs that are for residents only and parking passes for residents and visitors of residents.
We the Citizens of Inkster Michigan seek the support and leadership of our City Government to advocate for funding from the Metro Airport Community to replace windows, roofs and all siding of our homes. We are requesting this because as you know The Airline industry has a plane flying over our city every minute. It is creating structural damage to our homes, vehicles and disrupting our sense of peace as a community.
We want accountability from our Elected City Officials and we are demanding that they seek compensation for All damages outlined in this petition. Make no mistake your neighboring cities Westland, Wayne, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights and Romulus have all had similar petition drives which lead to the control over the frequency of flights over their cities and Secondly, monetary compensation for all damages to their property by the Airline Industry.
As a result of Quality leadership in those cities, the residents of those cities were able and are able to get new doors, windows, roofs, insulation and more. We are seeking compensation for our damages. We need the unified support of all residents in this city to come together and support this petition drive. You can do your part by signing this petition.
Eight years ago the plans for the Wall Township Hidden View development was introduced. The plans proposed access from Cherry & Red Bud lanes in the Ramtown section of Howell. The Howell Council took action against this proposel. The NJ Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing access to Hidden View from Cherry & Red Bud lanes. Plan B was to build a bridge over the Garden State Parkway which proved to be to daunting. The new plan calls for access to Hidden View via a new $750,000.00 "T" intersection at Jacob Road in the Forest Ridge development.
This plan is a result of complaints from the residents in and around the Cherry & Red Bud Lane area. While no one wants the access road in their area, to move it to another area is just shifting the burden. The Cherry & Red Bud Lane area has numerous alternate routes to Newtons Corner Road. The Forest Ridge area has extremely limited access to Newton Corner Road for vehicles from 177 new homes.
This "T" intersection if built will pose a serious threat to safety and well being of the children and all residents in the Forest Ridge development. Direct access to Newton Corner road or another main road should be found. Builing a new access road that funnels the traffic from 177 new homes trough ANY existing residential development must not be allowed.
Construction traffic is using 133rd as an access point into a new development known as Bexley Park. This is causing residents who's home abut 133rd to be subjected to extreme amounts of noise and polution which is thereby causing property damage and stress to these residents.
We, the residents of Bowes Road object to the placing of a bus stop outside our residence.
We believe it will cause disturbances to our quiet and peaceful neighbourhood as well as encouraging more crime from people who are not from this neighbourhood i.e. young children.
Anothe reason why we are not happy about this new proposal is because it will reduce the market value of our properties and make the houses in front of the bus stop look unattractive.
This is our proposal that we have put forward to yourselves in the hope that you will recognise the clear distress the residents are feeling regarding this matter.
We would like to point out that the residents do not object to having a bus stop on Bowes Road, but we simply believe that placing it here is not necessary as there is plenty of space to place it elsewhere.
Residents of Harvey Road are against the renewal of the License (Music & Dancing) for ZULU'S 640 High rd Leytonstone London e11.
Unsocial behaviour by people leaving between the hours of 11:00pm to 3:00am
Noise levels by people shouting after leaving the club/pub. Litter left by customer of above premises. Violence on numinous occasions when police have been called. No parking facilities for customers who block up Residents parking. Lude behaviour by customer from club in side streets.
The purpose of this petition is to clean up the community of Magnolia Park in efforts to provide a more healthy and safe environment for the residents to live. The community has a serious rodent problem. The responsibilty to minimize this problem lies in the hands of the city of Atlanta, Lane Company and the residents of Magnolia Park.
We the owners and residents of Shadow Brook Estates, Cave Junction, OREGON, protest any through street to the proposed subdivision on tax lots 700 & 701, owned by PJW Properties LLC.
We feel the intrusion of traffic into our quiet cul-de-sac subdivision is a disturbing development. Our street is narrow and does not provide room for pedestrians or parking on the street. We are concerned that additional traffic coming and going will be a safety issue for us, our children and pets.
Pleade reconsider not using Shadow Brook Drive as an access to the proposed subdivision on Hanby Lane. Thank you. The concerned owners and residents of Shadow Brook Estates.
The Patterson Chamber of Commerce is requesting residents and business owners to support the development of a new shopping center located on Route 311, in Patterson, NY.
Recently a local resident has begun to play their music at excessive levels during the day and night. This has caused many of us residents to not enjoy a nights rest or to enjoy our own domain due to this noise.
We the undersigned homeowners / residents of Crown Grant petition Hamlet Homes to install street lighting as per other streets in Crown Grant for safety concerns.
The 400 block of Castle Street in Baltimore City is in need assistance from the mayor's office to help restore peace to the neighborhood. Several residents have moved in and out of 417 N. Castle St. The residents have all been constant eyesores to the block. We the neighbors of the 400 block of Castle St. are tired of the nuisance and total lack of respect for privacy and structure.
Berkeley's B-TV channel 28 is an excellent resource for free speech, uncensored, non commercial programming produced by local residents.
Your city government has the power to get Comcast to include this channel for all cable subscribers in the East Bay. So, please read and sign this petition today!
When residents moved into the community, all kinds of documents were signed (ie.e no drugs will be used in the unit, and documents, the rental office having access to the units at all times). We were not notified, nor signed documents that stated that Star Power was the only communication network that we could get in our units, due to the owner of the community's buget plan until we were in our units.
We as residents that pay market rate rent, are requesting that other options be avalible to us by law to have the right to choose, as residents of Doglas Knoll Apt. community and citizins of the United States of America.
Water Extension and Upgrade! Our well water is unfit to drink or cook with. When they removed the coal off the landin this area it affected the quailty of our water supply. We also would like to have the water lines upgraded so that the residents that do have water would have better pressure.
For the last few years drought conditions have been experienced in division 4 of the nanango Shire. A pipeline has been constructed, with the assistance of a generous grant from the Federal government, to construct a pipeline between Tarong energy's feeder line the town's catchment area at Boobir Dam. While this is much appreciated, the increasing impost placed upon those residents connected to the reticulated town water supply is stilla financial burden to many, and there is a general desitre to minimise the need to draw from this resource.
Recent heavy rains have been very welcome, especially as water restrictions are still in place. However, it is a tragic loss of a valuable and irreplaceable resource to see thousands of litres of this precious rain water being lost from roofs and down gutters.
Brisbane City Council and many other forward thinking administrations across this county have implemented cash rebate schemes, thus assisting residents to install rain water tanks, as outlined in the attached document,which has been gleaned from various civil and state government information sheets.
Becky Brown suggested that Pine Valley residents should be considered district residents, and be charged accordingly at the Evergreen, CO Recreation Centers. She asked me to create and circulate a petition and bring to a board meeting.
We, the people, of Building 1201 at Culpeper House Apartments feel the residents in Apartment #111 have violated the Virginia Landlord and Tenant Act. We also feel that our neighborhood aren't safe as long as the residents in apartment #111 continue to live in building 1201. We request the residents of Apartment #111 vacate our building. Please see violations below....
6. Not deliberately or negligently destroy, deface, damage, impair or remove any part of the premises or permit any person to do so whether known by the tenant or not;
7. Conduct himself, and require other persons on the premises with his consent whether known by tenant or not to conduct themselves, in a manner that will not disturb his neighbors' peaceful enjoyment of the premises; ...
220 residents above the first floor, many, senior citizens and children rely on the elevators in the 21 story building of 75 La Salle St. to get in and out.
The constant break down of one elevator is bad enough when at least one breaks down once or twice a week. When both are down, it is down right inhumane. The elderly must navigate the stairs or are not able to leave their homes to get fresh air, run errands, shop, bank or live a normal life because of not being able to rely on the elvators.
These elevator are fairly new and after almost 2 years of installation one elvator at a time, we now have elevators that not only break down frequently, but have faulty electric eyes, causeing persons to get "slammed" by the closing elevtor door, that does not even reverse itself when contacting an obstacle in the closing process.
The elevators stink and one would wonder if the work was done well enough, or if the maintainance people purposely allow problems to persist for the purpose of frequent returns. During the holidays, Thanksgiving, C hristmas, and long weekends, it uncanny how the elevators are always not working.
We the Residents and Tax payers of Scotlnad wish to have Ginny Monroe Reinstated as the Director of Nursing at Scotland County Care Center and ask for the Resignation of Kathy Shoop, the current administrator of Scotland County Care Center.
The city council of Hill Country Village voted 3-1 on 11/12/03 to place city secretary, Susan Heck on paid leave. This action was taken at the request of the city administrator, David Harris. Mr. Harris presented as his reasons for requesting Ms. Heck's removal a list of nonspecific and undocumented charges.
All of the many citizens who addressed the council spoke favorably on Ms. Heck's behalf, providing testimony to her 10 years of loyal, efficient, and honest service to everyone in the Hill Country Village residential and commercial district. Disregarding the tax payers stated wishes, the city council proceeded to vote to remove Ms. Heck from her job and fill her position with the complaining party, David Harris.
Palisade Town Government has denied the Palisade residents a recreation program. This year will be the second year in a row. Our children as well as our adult residents need to have a recreation program, our town is small and there is little to do to keep our children occupied. The citizens of Palisade need to speek up and get a Recreation program going in Palisade.
Residential and commercial building has been plagued with a problem. Corporations and the government are not consulting with the residents and citizens before building such things as Nuclear Power Plants, raw Sewage plants, and highways righ on the front door of our homes. This petition is for the approval of a law that would make it possible to allow the local residents of whatever is being built vote and give feedback to the building comittee on how they feel about the specific building.
Petition by Harbor point residents about the slow and unreliable DSL service we are receiving.
All residents of Northward s/d are on wells, and we have no fire hydrant close enough to help us if there is a fire.
Can you imagine a live goat being thrown in a pond and torn apart by young men? Can you picture 7000 young buffaloes being rounded up and killed by a thousand drunk men carrying khukuri knives? A festival where 200.000 animals are killed to please a goddess? Mass sacrifice with financial support by the government?
Perhaps you cannot. However, events such as these take place regularly in Nepal. We at Friends of SPCAN have launched the 'Worship Without Cruelty' campaign in order to raise awareness about these practices and to ty and stop them. Please take 5 minutes of your time to write a letter to the Nepalese authorities and/or Nepalese Embassy in your country.
The Gadimai Mela takes place every five years in Bariyarpur, Bara district, in the south of Nepal and is scheduled for Kartik (October-November) this year. The fair is infamous for the large number of animals (up to 200.000) which are sacrificed to appease the Gadimai goddess. The fair reaches its climax on an 'auspicious' day, when thousands of buffaloes are sacrificed. The blood letting that takes place turns the entire area into a marshy land of blood. It is expected that this year some 60.000 young he-buffaloes will be killed, as well as an additional 140.000 chicken, goats, pigs, birds and other poultry.
The first ritual during Gadimai is to worship the weapons which are used in the sacrifice. The priests chant different hymns to appease the Goddess Gadimai. Once the pre-sacrificial rituals end the animals are brought in for the kill. The sacrifice starts with the offering of five different animals: pig, buffalo, goat, wild rats and birds which include chicken and pigeon. The different animals represent the mental obscurations sacrificed by the community including anger, stupidity and desire.
After the sacrifice of the first animal, a goat, thousands of pigeons are sacrificed by severing their heads. Next three wild rats are brought and sacrificed before a comb like pole. After this more than 250 people carrying naked swords and axes wrapped in red clothes, all with a license to kill, approach the temple. They frantically rush towards the field where more than 7,000 young buffaloes are kept. Before the beasts are slaughtered, seven buffaloes tied to a pole undergo the sacrificial ritual. In the end, only the heads of those gentle animals who were alive just a few moments ago, remain.
The Khokana festival is held every year in August, the day after Gai Jatra. A 5-6 month old goat is thrown in a pond close to Rudrayani temple in Khokana, a village in the south of Kathmandu Valley. Nine young men enter the pond and start to tear the goat apart by grasping its legs, ears, hoof or tail. The one who manages to kill the goat is the 'hero' and leads the Shinkali dance which is held afterwards. Khokana residents have witnessed the barbaric scene year in year out and think it provides religious merit. It is not clear why and when the cruel goat-killing was introduced. Locals believe that when children started to drown in the pond in the 12th century, residents started to drown a live goat to appease the gods. However, there is evidence showing that devotees in former times offered fruits and flowers in the temple and that the act with the struggling goat was introduced to create a spectacle.
The campaign against the Gadimai and Khokana cruelties will include letter writing to Nepal's political leaders, awareness raising programmes in schools following by signature campaigns, meetings with Bara officials and possibly a demonstration.
The current residents of the PGA Villages in Port St. Lucie, FL purchased their homes knowing there was no club membership requirement. Now the developer is building a recreation club and all residents will be expected to pay for the maintenance. We, the undersigned, feel this should be made a membership club whereby the residents who want to use this club will the ones who pay for the maintenance.
Due to past circumstances of Cristy Meyer being former Deputy Mayor, now currently Mayor, we the residents of Sioux Village, feel she is very harsh spoken and deals with certain situations in an unprofessional manner. Cristy is very demanding on certain issues, she pre-judges before attending to certain problems, and tends to abuse her position. We feel that it would be in the best interest of Sioux Village for Cristy Meyer to step down as Mayor.
Dear Mr. Mayor and Council Members:
It has become apparent that there is NO WHERE in Carrollton for kids to skate. It is presently illegal for skaters to use any public or private side walk or hand rail.
In-line skating and skate boarding are legitimate sports and provide adolescent boys and girls with a fun, harmless and focused activity, in much the same way that baseball and football do. Skating also keeps them from other, not so positive, activities.
Since Carrollton is able to provide more than adequate facilities for baseball, football, tennis, golf, swimming and soccer, why have we not addressed facilities for this growing population of skaters? A place for them to skate would keep them from breaking laws, eliminate man power to police public areas, stop grinding on hand rails and stop waxing curbs, which are all the reasons they are not permitted to use public property now.
We, the residents signed below, request that an OUTDOOR PUBLIC SKATE PARK be built to accommodate in-line skating, skate boarding, grinding and ramp jumping.
REGARDING SPEEDERS ON HOYT STREET.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED ARE CONCERNED FOR THE SAFETY OF THE RESIDENTS, MOSTLY CHILDREN ON HOYT STREET. WE HAVE AT LEAST 20 SMALL CHILDREN AND HAVE A GROWING AMOUNT OF CARS AND LARGE TRUCKS COMING AND GOING. WE WOULD BE INTERESTED IN REDUCING THE SPEED LIMIT OR INSTALLING SPEED BUMPS.