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The Garden section has become more populated with families and children as has the traffic. There are no stop signs, speed limit postings, yeild signs or caution childen/pedestrian signs posted nor are there any ordinances in this area.
Cars and trucks have been sighted speeding through these residential areas with speeds estimated to be 40mps. There is a large population of children and something must be done before another child is injured or even killed.
Several attempts have been made to urge the town officials to take action dating back to December 2004, yet nothing has been done.
Children are in danger while playing outside, walking home from school or simply being near the roadway and since there are no sidewalks, this is unavoidable.
It is quite apparent that the community of Barrhead, which has it's mental health services provided by Aspen Mentla Health Services, needs help. There are next to no resources available to the mentally ill residences of Barrhead. These residences are in desperate need of more resources. It's time for someone to step up and take action.
It's also apparent that the world tends to ignore mental illness as they figure that way they will go away. Well here's a shocker guys it isn't going to go away. By you ignoring it it's only going to get worse.
I beg someone to take action regadring this matter and bring more Mental Health resources to Barrhead.
This petition is simply to help save Big Cat habitat for our gorgeous felines. More and more each day is being converted to land used for factories, shops, and other buildings etc that the cats need to survive. Please sign this petition and make the world realize that we can't sit back and watch this happen; we are the ones that MUST take action. Now.
The historic Clean Water Act has been in place nearly 30 years and yet 40% of the nation's waterways are too polluted for Americans to use for swimming or fishing.
A report from Environmental Working Group showed that 42% of state inspections at facilities that had already been found to be in breach of the Clean Water Act in the past were "Drive By" where inspectors were not required to leave get out of their car and 280 facilities run by known polluters were not inspected at all!
In some cases the fines for breaching the Act are so small that it is cheaper for polluters to pay the fine and keep polluting than to take action to stop the pollution.
The Clean Water Act is in place to improve the waterways of America. If it is not enforced properly water quality will not improve.