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1. Keep the B37
The MTA is looking to once again increase fares on the backs of this city on our local buses, express buses, and subways by more than 25% next year in addition to cutting back or in some cases ending service on it's routes.
Most affected by this would be the commuters who use the B37 bus which runs from Downtown Brooklyn to the most southern tip of Brooklyn.
The B37 which stretches nearly the entire Third Avenue connecting several neighborhoods especially for those who live in Bay Ridge Brooklyn depend on this bus especially seniors who use this bus as a way of life, commuters who look to avoid the Fifth Avenue B63 handicapped who cannot take the Fourth Avenue R Subway line, and for connections to other buses along Third Avenue which travel all across Brooklyn.
By cutting this bus it will severely impact nearby buses such as the B63 which is already maxed to capacity, the B70 which is one of the slowest buses in the city possibly the free world, and the B16 especially during the school season.
Bottom line this decision will make everyone life's a little bit harder, and their commutes a little bit longer...
To spread awareness of the increasing problem of children born to drug addicts. These children suffer numerous birth defects and the possibility of death.
I wish to send this signed petition to our state representatives so women who use illegal drugs while pregnant will be charged with a felony.
It has come to the attention of residents of the Broadford Township and of the wider Mitchell Shire, who use the Broadford BMX Track, that it is in need of repair and restoration. There have been injuries incurred by users of the track due to attempts of repair by Mitchell Shire in which granetic sand was used as the new riding surface. These repairs were no doubt undertaken by the Shire in good faith. Due to the course nature of the granetic sand, when a rider falls and comes in contact with the surface they inevetiably receive lacerations. In some incidents medical attention was required.
It is time for The Mitchell Council to redevelop the track with the aid of local youths who use it. Consultation with riders will ensure mistakes like using grenetic sand for the riding surface are not occur again. Indeed, a partnership approach with the enthusiastic youth who regularly use the facility can develop new jumps and the riding surface should being covered with appropriate soil.
The BMX track is a great source of enjoyment for the youth of the Mitchell Shire, and should continue to be so for the future generations of youth of the area.