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A new school has just been built and open for session early this year, you would taught the city of los angeles would notice that and put in a pedestrian crosswalk for the safety of children going and coming out of school.
Parents have to be dodging cars in the busy mornings and afternoon dropping off and picking up their children from school. THIS BUSY INTERSECTION IS LOCATED AT WEST 21ST STREET AND ARLINGTON AVE IN THE 90018 ZIPSODE.
Sophia means "wisdom". I was born here and I live here. I love my city.
Over 25 years there has been a problem with street dogs.
A shelter or two existed for a while indeed but, a film made in secret by some Britons showed the world how they used to kill dogs in one of these "shelters". This is not a decision!
There are many cases when street dogs attack people and even children. Not to mention dogs as s source of infection.
I don't know who benefits of keeping this situation as it is.
I hope a letter from foreigners to the Minister of Environment and Waters and to the Mayor of the city could make a difference.
Can you, please, help us to improve our life here.
Local Residents and Businesses are proposing a scheme to make walking round Greenwich Town Centre safer and more pleasant.
This would be achieved in part by covering over the railway cutting between Greenwich Church Street and King William Walk, for which purposes the Council must negotiate with Network Rail. The other necessary improvements require the rationalisation of existing pedestrian crossings and the lining up of these crossings with existing pedestrian-only areas.
The scheme would have beneficial repercussions on other forms of transport also and be of great practical use to resident and tourist alike.
Regarding street artists and vendors at the Second Saturday art walk. These hard working artists make most of their money on this night - and used to make most of it between the hours of 8 and 10 pm.
With the art walk closing at 8 pm - it has greatly impacted many people. The customers coming in through the art walk are also disappointed that they don't get done with dinner in time to come out and buy.
During the Summer, many people will not come out until the later hours due to heat, thus impacting artists even more.
Christchurch City suffered a major earthquake on 22 February 2011 in which a large majority of the CBD was destroyed. This area has been cordoned off - The Red Zone. The people of Christchurch have been denied access to this area up until now. Which was fair enough at the time.
Many celebrities have been allowed through this area, some even without hard hats on. It is time for us all, the people of Christchurch, to have the chance to walk through our beloved, fallen city so that we can properly grieve for what we have lost.
Currently Pedestrian Priority (40km/h) in Victoria St is LESS THAN 40% of the week.
On SUNDAY, the BUSIEST DAY OF THE WEEK, the speed limit is 60 km/h ALL DAY.
60 km/h is TOO DANGEROUS a speed at any time for Victoria St.
this petition is for the family of Daniel Madsen. He will be honored and loved dearly.
Pinellas County School Board and Transportation require children to walk up to 2 miles to their bus stop on dangerous roads by known predators. There are over 300 missing children in the State of Florida.
Children ages 9 through 16 walking alone are the prey of choice for sexual predators. Even with Safety Training children are abducted. Most employers will not let parents off of work to retrieve their children from these bus stops. Let's keep our children safe!
A planning application has been sent to Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council to apply to build a speedway track on a piece of greenbelt land.
This petition has been set up to oppose the application on the basis this land is not only of great historical significance but also because it is totally unsuitable for use as a speedway venue as it will affect the peace, enjoyment and integrity of this land and surrounding area.
Please see: www.no2oldnallroad.co.uk