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The island of Nantucket is a beautiful, peaceful and unique place. We want to maintain our island's cultural and scenic heritage for future generations.
Renewable energy alternatives to fossil fuels include solar, biomass, wind, gasification, hydro and other methods. Green energy solutions are preferred when properly sited and with the approval of neighbors.
There has been a tremendous amount of controversy worldwide in siting Industrial Wind Turbines in and around residential neighborhoods. This has caused unnecessary splits in communities. There are real health, financial and other concerns about Industrial Wind Turbines that need to be considered by all parties in the debate.
Industrial Wind Turbines are intended to be used in industrial areas - not to transform residential neighborhoods into industrial zones. Neighbors to proposed or installed Industrial Wind Turbines have had to fight to maintain or restore their communities to residential peace and quiet enjoyment of their homes and properties.
Industrial Wind Turbines were always intended to be placed in areas far away from residential areas. Nantucket's leaders, residents and homeowners have fought hard and spent millions of dollars to maintain our historic open space and bucolic vistas. The construction of Industrial Wind Turbines is not appropriate anywhere on Nantucket island.
Roads in the Vale area are a disgrace, uneven road surfaces, multitude of potholes, poor road surfacing and poor road markings. Shoddy repairs make our roads look like patchwork quilts.
The cost to local residents in extra repairs of their cars that are affected by poor roads is ever increaseing. Recently councillors wasted a huge amount of £'s on Thompson Street in Barry, a road that was already in fairly good condition. The money could have been better spent on roads such as Princess Street which has been in a dreadful state for a long time.
We pay enough local and national taxes to use the roads but get little in return, money needs to be spent to bring our roads up to a acceptable standard. It‘s time our elected officials took action to resolve this issue to the satisfaction of those who elected them, afterall they are there to serve us aren’t they?
As it stands currently, Russell Island only has a small section of footpath that covers only a couple of Km's of our wonderful Island. Many people are left unable to use all the wonderful spaces our Island has to offer because the road edges are dangerous and inaccessible to many.
Mothers with prams suffer, those with less abled bodies are also unable to reach our only sand beach, and children are unable to ride their bike or walk to school due to lack of footpaths or smooth road edging. Those without cars are hindered by the lack of footpath so therefore have no choice but to use the local cab to get from place to place, putting a large dent in their weekly budgets.
Over the last few years, we’ve experienced many changes in our children's education. Now, we're starting to understand the consequences and its effects to our Island children. The consequences include but are not limited to:
* Island children having the lowest academic scores in Canada.
* An on-going battle with kindergarten children on buses with older aged children;
* An increasing number of children on buses for longer periods of time;
* Classroom over crowding;
* School closures due to poorly maintained buildings;
* Exorbitant amounts of money being spent to maintain old schools and build new ones without studies or planning;
* The demise of an elected board; and
* Schools closures.
I ask you: can it get any worse?
Well, I fear it's about to. Island children have only ONE voice, a provincially- appointed official who is a representative of the voices that have caused the deterioration of our education system.
We need to work together. We have to call on our elected officials to change legislation right away. The Eastern School District (ESD) needs to have an elected board put in place as soon as possible.
Please join me and other community members and parents by signing this petition. We will present this petition to the Ghiz Government and Minister Currie.
I've spoke to a lot of you, and would love to speak to more of you. If you have further questions please feel free to email (email@example.com) or call me directly 629-5125.
As a community member and a parent I'm concerned. I need your help to make the changes we need to get our education system back on track. Please feel free to forward the petition to friends, family and community members. We need to work together to have the changes made.
Thanks so much,
President Rural Alliance
On Thursday 10 March 2011, the Faculty Association of
Vancouver Island University (VIU) commenced a strike in
relation to their collective bargain agreement with the
university. As a result, students have been unable to
attend classes and finish their semester. The process of
mediation with the parties has not been successful to date.
The student body of constitutes over 19,000 members
with over 8000 enrolled in full-time studies. The cessation
of classes against their will affects them collaterally in
terms of damage.
The student body contribute significant funds to the
university through tuition, and are the purpose of the
institution's function. While not an immediate party
involved in the dispute, they are a party holding a primary
interest in the dispute and their position should be
Phuket is an island in the Andaman sea, its is a small island and much of its income is dependent on tourists flocking to Phuket because of its pristine beaches and natural beauty, not to mention its fantastic nightlife.
But with Phuket's current plastic addiction every day tonnes of plastic waste is being sent Phukets landfill and the incinerator at its maximum the problem is only getting worse with each passing day.
It is up to Phuket citizens and students to join together and help reduce plastic consumption in Phuket.
On the Greek island of Iakria dogs are used as tools, instead of cattle grids, to restrict the movement of sheep. Forced to live chained up on one metre chains, with old rusty barrels for kennels, these dogs live down deserted roads and tracks rarely seeing anyone.
The barrels do not provide suitable shelter in inclement weather and they are like ovens during the summer months providing absolutely no relief from the scorching sun. To add to their misery, they have some dirty water to drink and inappropriate food, often just bread and bones. They are all young dogs craving human companionship. It is alleged that many of the dogs die before they are one year old.
Reports from tourists hiking on the island describe how these dogs are overjoyed when they receive a kind word and a gentle touch and how harrowing it is for the hikers when they continue their trek, to hear the dogs bark, cry and strain at the end of their chains as if saying, “Please come back. I only want some love and attention”.
Currently, the Nisqually Tribe of Indians is seeking acquisition of the former site of the U.S. Navy research facility on Fox Island through a fed to federal agency transfer process. The Tribe has proposed to relocate its $2.9 Million per year commercial water industry business, Nisqually Aquatic Technologies (NAT), to Fox Island.
The Tribe intends to return the Navy's barge to the site, and conduct industrial operations from the waters surrounding Fox Island. NAT conducts commercial and industrial operations including geoduck harvesting training, commercial scuba diving, salvage, pipeline repair, and other water industrial operations.
Pierce County land use ordinances strictly prohibit water industry in a "Shoreline Conservancy" and “Rural 10” zoning. If allowed to be transferred, the Tribe has the option to have the Bureau of Indian Affairs place the property into trust status. This would allow the use of the property to be unaffected by state and local land use ordinances designed to protect our environment, community goals, lifestyle, and property values.
In 2005, Congressman Norm Dicks acquired $17 Million in federal funding to remove the Navy's operation from Fox Island. He did this because of the incompatible and inappropriate nature of an industrial operation in a residential neighborhood and because of the negative environmental effects the offshore structures had on our shoreline. The U.S. Government must not allow the return of another incompatible, inappropriate, and environmentally damaging industrial activity to Fox Island's residentially zoned community.
CBS needs to make a harper's island to or another suspense show like it... i'm gonna be sad when the final episode ends.. if you agree help me and show cbs that people love Harper's island!
The Hamptons (east of the Shinnacock Canal) are not part of Long Island and, as such, should be treated accordingly.
The PIpistrellus murrayi is a species of vesper bat belonging to the Vespertilionidae family.
This animal is found only on Christmas Island and there are only 20 indivduals left - this little bat is the size of a quarter and they are covered in fur - they are living in a tree that is dead and they desperately need human intervention to survive.
The Australian authorities do not care that this little creature immediate rescue to prevent extinction.
Without prompt attention these little fuzzies will be lost before the end of 2009.
12. Help Haiti
The island of Haiti was first discovered in 1492, most of the land was ruled and lived on by the indians. By the end of the 16th century most of the indians living on the Haitian land had died. In 1804 Haiti was declared independence. Haiti was the world's first black republic.
The island of Haiti has been known for violence and political instability. Rulers have been overthrown because of the government and the inability to rule. When the 20th century first began the US was involved in the internal affairs, but soon after stopped supplying the island with military security and other products needed.
Due to the need for urgent environmental action. We have occupied an island in The Thames.
In these times of rising tides and melting ice shelves, we thought we should get a bit closer to studying the watery world and its rise.
Ravens Ait Island is a unique wedding and conference centre with halls, many rooms, workshop spaces, kitchens and gardens. On an enchanting island in The Thames near Kingston, (opposite Hampton Court). Which we are transforming into an Eco Conference Centre.
Come visit, help, book in to run a skill sharing workshop and put it on the timetable. Network it. There will be an ongoing discussion here “how do we find SOLUTIONS to the environmentally critical situation we face?”
Jekyll Island is often referred to as the Jewel of Georgia. Since its original development, however, the buildings have become below standards. Developers see this as an opportunity to put in new Hotels. The problem is, These Hotels will be high rises, and will seriously affect the Environment.
The High rises will have many lights on during the night, which will seriously affect Logger Head turtles while laying eggs, and the when the babies hatch. They also wish to tear down the 4-H center, which has been an educational experience for almost every kid in the state.
It is wrong to develop a state park for money, and it will be a serious loss if one of our last barrier islands is developed.
15. Monkey Island 5
Monkey Island 5. Do we think it will happen? Yes, we do.
And if we sign this, there may be a chance that it will. Come on...You know you want to!
KEEP HIGH DENSITY HOUSING OUT OF FIRST HILL
• The Mercer Island City Council is proposing to surplus city property, and to build an "innovative demonstration housing project."
• This proposed project is high density "cottage housing" built on a 30,000 square foot property in the middle of the First Hill Single Family Neighborhood.
• Many different rationales have been expressed for the project (paying for emergency well, avoiding a lawsuit from an environmental group, affordable housing for our workforce, the Growth Management Act, options for people downsizing, sustainable environmental housing) although the Council has not clearly stated the primary reasons for the development.
The neighbors of First Hill and the greater Mercer Island community are concerned about spot zoning for high density housing in single-family neighborhoods. We believe this housing project will create a negative impact on our community for the following reasons:
1) It changes the charm and existing characteristics of the First Hill neighborhood.
2) It sets a precedent for further high density housing in all other Mercer Island single-family neighborhoods.
3) It is discriminatory to other neighbors who purchased homes believing they were buying in an area where houses are zoned for minimum 9600 square foot lots.
4) It will create increased density and problems to an area not adequately designed for such traffic, parking, & maintenance problems.
5) Is not an effective or sustainable method for meeting the standards of the Growth Management Act.
6) It does not address the true needs of affordable housing for our workforce, and is potentially discriminatory to potential residents that do not work on Mercer Island.
7) It is the first step toward overlaying Mercer Island's high density housing and business district with the charm and beauty of one of Mercer Island's single-family residential neighborhoods.
Please view the original petition site (in Vietnamese language)
CHINA INVADES VIETNAMESE TERRITORY
China’s Congress has ratified the establishment of an administrative region called Sansha to illegally exploit the three archipelagos including Vietnam's Paracel and Spratly Island chains.
China’s action clearly violates Vietnam’s sovereignty rights and the Law of the Sea.
At least since the 17th century, Vietnam has maintained effective occupation of Paracel and Spratly islands and has exercised effectively, continuously and peacefully its sovereignty over the two archipelagos. Vietnam’s long-held sovereignty precedes and pre-empts the French claims during the colonial era, the Japanese invasion during World War II and subsequent, illegitimate Chinese claims over the islands during recent decades.
Vietnam currently occupies 25 Spratly Islands features, the most of any claimant state. It claims all the Spratly Islands, whether on the basis of sovereignty over the islands themselves or as a consequence of claims based on its mainland continental shelf jurisdiction.
Thus, Vietnam has solid historical and legal grounds to firmly assert its sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly Island chains.
Please view the original petition site (in Vietnamese language)
18. NO to SUGBU-AK !
WHY DO WE HAVE TO DIVIDE CEBU? WE ARE ONE CEBU ISLAND ... WHY MAKE A SEPARATION? IS THIS FOR POLITICAL POWER PURPOSES ...
We are concerned about the negative impact that the rezoning of the Holiday Inn would have on the surrounding businesses.
There is also a large concern in regards to the loss of an island icon, one which draws an extremely large number of tourist and locals.
Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island - Keaau Unit has been serving our community's youth at Keaau Middle School for 3 years.
It is time for B.G.C. Keaau to have a place to call home.
We are requesting long term use of the Armory facilities to provide our afterschool programming and prevention training to our community's youth.
August 4, 2006
In many places, pollution from mining operations damages marine habitats and contaminates seafood consumed by local people, threatening our oceans and ultimately ourselves and our future.
In the Philippines, Bicol's immensely beautiful marine environment and its fragile sea creatures face a grave threattoxic pollution and siltation caused by mining operations in Rapu Rapu Island in Albay.
The pristine waters of the Bicol region are acknowledged as the feeding grounds and migratory route of the whale shark, the largest fish in the sea. It is also home to five of the seven known marine turtles in the world, and its rich seagrass beds and mangroves, which make for a high marine biodiversity index, have turned the area into exceptionally rich fishing grounds for the region's fishermen.
The Philippine government allowed Australian firm Lafayette Philippines Inc to start the extraction of gold, silver, copper and zinc within Rapu Rapu in April 2005 despite strong opposition from local and national groups concerned that toxic mine tailings will be released into the sea. Clearly, the island is a dangerous place for a mine: not only is it situated along the country's typhoon belt, but also along a major fault, making it a high-risk area for mining catastrophes. During its few - months of operation, the mining company showed negligence and government agencies, such as the Environmental Management Bureau and the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, failed to act on behalf of the people and environment. In October and November 2005, cyanide and other contaminants from the mine spilled into the sea and around the island, resulting in massive fish kills.
On May 19, 2006, a government-commissioned report recommended canceling the license of Lafayette in Rapu Rapu and a moratorium on all mining at Rapu Rapu. Greenpeace is running a petition to President Gloria Arroyo to follow the recommendations of the Rapu Rapu Factfinding Commission.
The Greenpeace petition calls for permanent closure of the mine and obligation or Lafayette to clean and rehabilitate the mine site so that further damage can be avoided.
May 8, 2006
Our goal is to obtain a Community Theater for the Kent Island Players and the citizens of Queen Anne Co. To be able to be entertained, as well as be able to help create live productions on Stage.
There would be workshops for both adults and children to learn and perfect their skills in play writing,
set design,acting etc.. We would also be able to utlize the theater for fund raiser and charitable events.
PETITION UPDATE: 28 APRIL 2008
LEWIS WIND POWER'S APPLICATION FOR THE LEWIS WIND FARM WAS REFUSED ON 21 April 2008!!
Many thanks to all who signed the petition.
However, the applications for the Muaitheabhal Wind farm on the Eisgein Estate and the Pairc Wind Farm are still under consideration.
The MUAITHEABHAL WINDFARM PUBLIC INQUIRY to examine the impact of the Muaiatheabhal Windfarm on the South Lewis, Harris and North Uist National Scenic Area is to start on May 13 2008. It will be held in the Caladh Inn, James Street Stornoway Isle of Lewis.
PETITION UPDATE 27 December 2006
In a press release dated 12 December 2006, Amec and British Energy (who have jointly named themselves Lewis Wind Power for their proposed Lewis Wind Farm development) announced that a revised proposal had been submitted to the Scottish Executive for their planned wind farm on the Isle of Lewis. The amended application would involve the building of 181 of the world's largest turbines in the same area as the previous application except with 53 turbines removed for environmental reasons. The 181 turbines are reportedly more powerful than the turbines in the original application. See Press and Journal article "GIANT WINDFARM OPPOSED BY NINE OUT OF 10 RESIDENTS" - 12 December 2006 on website : http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk
In April 2006 Beinn Mhor Power submitted a revised application for 53 giant turbines on the Eisgein Estate, a reduction on their original application for 133 turbines but stating that the new application was Phase 1 of the windfarm. In April 2004 Scottish and Southern Energy submitted a Scoping application for the Pairc Wind Farm, for 125 giant turbines in the Pairc region of Lewis adjoining the Eisgein estate. This is still under review.
These revised/amended plans and talk of phased production raise concerns whether further wind farms would be constructed once the initial phases were complete. The undersea cable from the Western Isles to the mainland represents a huge capital outlay and would only be justified if the Western Isles produced a large amount of electricity. Given the intermittent nature of wind power, how many wind turbines would be required on the Western Isles to justify the cost of an undersea cable and interconnector?
Considering the ecologically sensitive and environmentally valued characteristics and landscape of the island, the revised wind farm applications would still represent a massive and damaging intrusion which is overwhelmingly opposed by the vast majority of islanders, particularly those in the affected areas. (The Press & Journal article referred to above relates to this).
When viewed against the 2 billion tonnes CO2 annual emissions from the degraded peatlands of South East Asia (see http://www.wetlands.org/ckpp ) any carbon savings that would reportedly be made by any of the Lewis wind farms is completely immeasurable. All carbon savings claimed by windfarm developers are set against the CO2 emissions of the older, more inefficient coal-fired power stations. Therefore when compared with hydro and nuclear power generating stations that produce practically zero CO2 emissions, a windfarm built on peatland like the Lewis Peatlands could arguably produce excess, rather than save CO2. Windfarms require conventional power stations to be on permanent standby at all times, to compensate for slack winds, or when very windy conditions require that the turbines are "feathered" (stopped), thereby emitting even more CO2.
We, the undersigned therefore strongly object to the following developments for the Isle of Lewis:
1. We object to Lewis Wind Power's proposed Lewis Wind Farm on North West Lewis
2. We object to Beinn Mhor Power's proposed Wind Farm on the Eisgein Estate
3. We object to Scottish and Southern Energy's proposed Pairc Wind Farm in the Pairc region of Lewis
December 7, 2005
This URGENT, international petition has been set up to protest against the planned construction of a massive wind farm/factory on the island of Lewis, Western Isles (Outer Hebrides) of Scotland - so massive, it would be the LARGEST WINDFARM IN THE WORLD!
Lewis faces exploitation at the hands of multi-national energy firms. Amec and British Energy (who have jointly named themselves Lewis Wind Power)have submitted plans for the huge Lewis Windfarm development - plans to build a total of 234 giant wind turbines on the small island of Lewis, which only measures approximately 60 km (37 miles) by 30 km (19 miles). The turbines are 140 metres (462 feet) high and their blade diameter is 80-100 metres - longer than a JUMBO JET!
The overwhelming majority of the residents of Lewis strongly oppose this massive scheme, as do environmentalists and ornithologists. Official figures released by the Scottish Parliament regarding the Lewis Wind Power proposal are :- 6,131 objections received, of which 4,573 were from residents of Lewis, and 17 responses in support of the windfarm. These figures show that for every local person who wrote to support the scheme, 269 people wrote to object!! Why then, are they being ignored?
The site for the proposed windfarm lies in and along the Lewis Peatlands Special Protected Area - a UN Ramsar site - protected by EC Habitats Directive.
The urgency of this petition lies in the fact that, despite OVER 6000 OBJECTIONS to the Lewis Windfarm proposal having been submitted, with 75% coming from the islanders themselves, and despite the Lewis Peatlands' protected status, the Scottish Executive is STILL considering the scheme and is expected to make a decision soon.
The RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) is extremely concerned at the potential number of birds which could be killed by turbine collision at the windfarm. According to the developers' own Environmental Statement the numbers estimated are: 50 golden eagles, 50 merlin and up to 150 red-throated divers during the 25 year lifetime of the development. These kills exclude impacts with transmission lines. Migrating whooper swan, corncrake and white-tailed eagle will also be affected by the proposal. 6255ha of active blanket bog - an internationally rare habitat - could be damaged by construction and road works, resulting in a staggering 4% of the entire GB population of dunlin and 1.5% of the golden plover population being lost due to habitat loss.
The environmental impact on the peat bog will be enormous. Each turbine will have a base and hardstanding of up to 1,800 square metres and 2.5 million cubic metres of peat would be excavated during the project's construction.
The Lewis peatlands is one of the world's last great peat bogs, a carbon sink locking up atmospheric carbon dioxide and playing a vital role in regulating climate change. The Kyoto Protocol calls for the preservation of carbon sinks. Why then, is this one not being protected?
Further to the turbines, 210 pylons with transmission lines - nine electrical sub-stations, nine wind monitoring masts, six rock quarries (excavating 4 million cubic metres of rock), eight temporary compounds and numerous concrete batching plants would be built, as well as 167km of road across the Lewis Peatlands area. This is unparalleled in any existing wind farm development anywhere in the world today!
In addition, tourism brings in an estimated £40-60 million annually to the Western Isles and represents a major source of income for the island. The disfigurement that this project will inflict on the remote, unspoilt landscape will certainly dissuade tourists from visiting, and greatly diminish the income gained from this essential sector.
Hard on the heels of the Lewis Windfarm application are two other submissions for large-scale wind farm developments in the scenic Pairc Peninsula area of Lewis - also Important Bird Areas and conservation areas - where a further 258 industrial turbines could be built. Beinn Mhor Power has submitted an application for 133 giant turbines on the Eisgein Estate and Scottish and Southern Energy has submitted a scoping application for the Pairc Windfarm - 125 giant turbines.
If the Lewis Windfarm gets approved by the Scottish Executive, will Lewis and maybe the rest of the Western Isles be transformed into a massive wind factory?
Extracts from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment 2003: "The pressures on ecosystems will increase until human attitudes and actions change. Achieving this change, however, will require radical alterations in the way nature is treated at every level of decision-making and new ways of cooperation between government, business and civil society. The warning signs arc there for all to see. The future lies in our hands."
Dear Sir or Madam,
Taiwanese reserve rights to join WHO, which basic human rights of world must be equally treatment, please do not shut the door, but open the door for all people of the world opportunities to share the duties and benefits. Please do not mistreat 23 million citizens of innocent Taiwanese, do not listen to China dictatorship as devil of predatory intended to aggress or swallow "Ihla Formosa" Island by twist facts of Taiwan with communist myth maker.
Please visit website at: www.taiwandc.org and click from Taiwan communiqué or www.taiwannation.com.tw or http://cta.yam.org.tw or http://www.arnie.net to learn true history of Taiwan.
Please also forward the messages to other so they have opportunity to learn true history about Formosa Island. I hope the leaders of world nations should tell their people and children to learn the true history of nations and people, but avoid the one twist facts by other such as Chinese politic dark schemes and tricks of shameful conduct, which is mockery with the people and mislead the children of others to go astray.
The people of world nations must stop dictators continue guide with perjury to fabricate a false statement. Your cooperating is important.
THE TRINITARIAN FATHERS FROM OUR LADY OF MT.CARMEL-ST.BENEDICTA CHURCH ON STATEN ISLAND, WILL BE LEAVING AT THE END OF JANUARY 2005. WE WILL BE LEFT WITHOUT ANY RELIGIOUS LEADERS FOR OUR CHURCH. MANY OF THE 400 FAMILIES IN THIS CHURCH WERE BAPTIZED, RECEIVED HOLY COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION, GOT MARRIED AND RAISED FAMILIES IN THIS CHURCH. MANY, STILL ALIVE AND ATTENDING THE CHURCH ARE MEMBERS FOR OVER 70 YEARS.
THEY HAVE LITERALLY BUILT THE CHURCH WITH ALL THEIR HARD WORK AND SACRIFICIAL MONETARY AND WORK DONATIONS TO KEEP THE CHURCH IN GOOD ORDER. THEY HAVE SACRIFICED TO BUILD THE SCHOOL AND RAISED THEIR CHILDREN IN THAT SCHOOL. THEY HAVE ALWAYS PARTICIPATED IN HELPING OTHER CHURCHES THROUGH DONATIONS TO THEIR CHURCH AND TO THE CARDINALS APPEAL.
WE NOW FACE THE PROBABILITY OF SEEING ALL OF OUR SACRIFICES BEING BROUGHT TO A SUDDEN CLOSUSE OF THE CHURCH IF WE ARE NOT SUPPLIED WITH PRIESTS TO CONTINUE THE WORK THAT HAS BROUGHT OUR CHURCH TO THIS POINT.
We are demanding that Verizon remove the utility box that they recently installed on a utility pole on the corner of Pine St. & Congers Rd. The continual presence of several utility trucks servicing this box and the already existing existy telephone utility box is creating a safety hazard for our children and a traffic hazard for all resident s who use Pine Street to access tgeur home.
We understand the nessecity of this new improvement, but feel a better and much safer place for this utility box would be elsewhere other than the corner of Pine Street and Congers Rd. This corner is already a bad corner for vehicle traffic. The island opposite Pine St. on the southeast side of Congers Rd. would be a much more safer placement for this utility box. Safer for our children, residential traffic and safer for Verizon workers.
This petition asks the governing body of LEH to investigate the cost of dredging the lagoons surrounding Osborn Island. The residents would be willing to share in the expense of dredging. This is a non binding petition.
In OrangePark/Fleming Island there is no place for skaters to go without having to deal with people kicking us out and giving us tickets for trying to have fun. Someone tried to open a park that only lasted about a year because it was $8 and was a really poorly made park. We need the city to make a public park....
We have created this petition to seek a live webchat via AOL/Yahoo/BBC Radio1 with the UK pop trio, Sugababes. We ask for nothing more than an hour or two of answering fan questions from around the world. Interviews just don't cut it anymore.
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.