Petition to Cuyahoga county prosecutor, Kristin Karkutt cuyahoga county prosecutor, Judge Strickland
On August 29 , 2020 two girls came and vandalized my car after they vandalized my car one of the girls shot and killed my girlfriend Jayla English. One of the girls was my ex girlfriend the other I had never seen before. The two girls are named Brittany Lynn and Orniesha Levison. Brittany Lynn is the shooter and she is my ex girlfriend she is being held on a million dollar bond. But the second girl , Orniesha Levison is only being charged with manslaughter and is currently out on bail. Her bail was only $75,000. I am writing this petition to have Orniesha Levison charged with aggravated murder she came to our home with the intention of committing a crime and she left with the shooter. She is just as guilty a should be punished. Under the LAW if you are in the commission of a crime and someone gets killed you are just as responsible as the shooter! She should not be able to walk free ! She should be charge with MURDER #Justice4Jayla
Petition to Fullerton School District Board of Trustees, Hilda Sugarman, Bev Berryman, Leonel Talavera, Aruni Thakur, Janny Meyer
Re-Open Our Schools For In-Person Instruction Now!
Tell the School Board of Trustees to re-open our schools for in-person instruction now! Their special meeting on this topic is 1p on 1/16/21. Before the holiday break, our Board assured us that we would all be on distance learning for two weeks only and now the union is trying to force them to go back on their word and keep our kids home longer. Our students deserve in-person instruction. This District has made school campuses safe. The Board should trust the safety protocols in place and should get students back in classrooms. Our students do not have a well-funded union to fight for them. The Board of Trustees should fight for our students and their fundamental right to an in-person public education. And they should battle for them today! Vote for our students, vote to get them back in classrooms NOW!
Petition to Putnam County School Board
Save E.H Miller from closing
As you all know E.H Miller is on the list to be closed at the end of the school year. As a mother of a child that goes there I feel I speak for every parent when I say this can't happen. EH just isn't an average school it is a loving environment for kids with disabilities. These children are comfortable with the environment that they provide. My child was Baker Acted 3 times from the age of 6 to 8, placed in a room without a teacher away from other students until he was placed at EH Miller to pull him from there and even attempt to put him back mainstream will not only affect him mentally but us as a family. I am coming to you all as a mother fighting for the best interest of her child as well as many others. We can't close a school that means so much to so many families.
Petition to San Diego Housing Commission, San Diego City Council
Keep the San Diego Convention Center Homeless Shelter
It is unconscionable to close Operation Shelter to Home at the Convention Center during a global pandemic and an economic crisis in the winter. We demand that the shelter at the SDCC remain open until the decision to close is made in the best interest of ALL San Diegans. In April (2020), the city of San Diego took a historic step in addressing its long-standing homelessness crisis. Named Operation Shelter to Home, the city of San Diego converted two of the city’s major events centers, the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) and the Golden Hall, into shelters for our neighbors experiencing homelessness. There are now plans in place to close down the shelter (currently covering 1200+ individuals) at the SDCC on December 31st, 2020. We, the Mustard Seed Project, along with our fellow community members and concerned San Diegans, believe that this decision was not made in the best interest of our community. This shelter at the SDCC has proven to be extraordinarily successful in the ways it has supported our city and the people who make it America’s Finest City. The initial reason SDCC was explicitly chosen to be used as a shelter is due to its large occupant capacity and physical space for social distancing. Most other shelters in San Diego are currently operating at half capacity, with hardly enough space to social distance (Shelter beds at Newton Ave. are only 3 feet apart). Our community was able to come together and collaborate with one another to provide the safest streamlined services to support our unsheltered community. With help from Father Joe’s Village, The Alpha Project, and Veteran’s Village of San Diego, the SDCC was able to provide not only basic needs like food, showers, bathrooms, laundry services, and sanitary living spaces but able to go above and beyond in its mental and behavioral health services as well as daily health screenings. Furthermore, the coordination of numerous homeless services in a single location has also proved to be immensely successful. Since its inception in April, we have seen a collaborative effort to centralize services like SSI, State ID, and many others. This consolidation of resources has more than proven its effectiveness, resulting in over 700 housing vouchers, 332 permanent supportive housing units created, and numerous other successes. In light of the pandemic, widespread economic crisis, the winter season, and the need for continued progress, we make the following demands: Keep the Operation Shelter to Home shelter open at the San Diego Convention Center until San Diego is able to reach the Yellow Tier for a minimum of 5 weeks. It is unconscionable to close Operation Shelter to Home at the Convention Center while the fatal threat of COVID-19 is only increasing. Increase funding for social workers, permanent supportive housing, and expanding access to sanitation. In order to best support our community, our supportive services, local grassroots organizations, and resource providers need access to adequate funding so that they can best support our city. Image Credits: https://www.kpbs.org/news/2020/nov/12/san-diego-city-college-class-trains-homeless-servi/
Petition to Henry Cuellar
No more shut downs
As recent “claims” that COVID-19 is on the rise in our city. It has come to my attention that we have a well known individual known as La Gordiloca trying to shut down our city through means of petition because of fear. In order for our city to thrive. We need need commerce. Without businesses thriving our economy will weaken and families with children and elderly will suffer due to the loss of capital (money). While COVID IS a huge issue we can all do our part in preventing this Virus, but we can’t all do our part to keep commerce alive and our city thriving if we are all locked down. As citizens of Laredo and great Patriots. I ask that you counter the petition for locking our city down with this petition which makes more sense. NO - MORE -LOCK - DOWNS. People need to work and our small businesses need to thrive to keep Laredo Beautiful and thriving. It is a basic fundamental right to work!
Petition to Borough Council of Lincoln Park, New Jersey
Symbols of hate
The purpose of this petition is to ban the display of hate symbols, including but not limited to, the Confederate battle flag within the town of Lincoln Park New Jersey. There has been a Confederate flag on display outside of an apartment located in Beaverbrook Gardens, 209 comly rd, Lincoln Park, New Jersey. This flag was put up AFTER the capitol attack, and was moved to be more visible. A few of the residents have asked management to have it removed, but they refuse to take any action. We are asking that the town move to take action by banning this hate symbol from being displayed, where it can be seen by the public. One thing that many Republicans and Democrats can agree on is that the Confederate battle flag, originally used by traitors against the United States, has long been a symbol of hate, racism, and intimidation for the years since the Civil War, and has recently found a resurgence among many hate groups. The state of Mississippi recently removed the symbol from their state flag, because they recognized that it was not an appropriate show of pride or patriotism, and that it instead symbolized racism, oppression, and hatred. These sentiments are not welcome in our community and do not convey the values we raise our families with. We are asking you to take a stand against this assault on our community values and ban the display of hate symbols, including the Confederate battle flag.
Petition to Brandywine School District
Allow Mr. Prokop to continue teaching
Mr. Prokop is one of the eighth grade social studies teachers at P.S. dupont Middle School. He is eager to teach and wants to go back to the building. However, because of health complications, he does not want to go back to school until he receives his vaccine. All he is asking is to be able to teach online for a few weeks until he receives his vaccine, and even offered to take unpaid temporary leave. Despite this, the Brandywine School District office has refused to allow him to teach virtually, and is forcing him to retire if he does not teach in person. Not only is Mr. Prokop an amazing teacher, but all of his students love him and do well in his classes due to his teaching style. He is passionate, determined, kind, and a great role model and teacher for his students and all students at P.S. duPont. Mr. Prokop should be allowed to teach virtually for a few more weeks until he receives his vaccine and should not be forced to retire.
Petition to Cache County
Attention Cache County: Increase Grading Efforts Along Ant Flat Road
Most of us who own property adjacent to the Ant Flat Road are not year-round occupants of those property. The majority have residences elsewhere; most live outside of Cache County. We recognize that our total tax is the summation of taxes levied by several agencies, the largest being the school district. Those living outside of Cache County place no burden on Cache schools. Likewise, we receive little and sometimes no services from the additional taxing entities. Those not living in Cache County have not vote. Many recreate on 4-wheelers and side-by-sides when passable. Many of those so recreating are not county residents and own no property. We property owners provide that recreational opportunity. The benefit for property owners is the provision for surface transportation across Ant Flat Road, both from the north and the south. Over the past few years grading of the Ant Flat Road was inadequate. There are reports of vehicle, trailer and RV damage that has been caused this past year along Ant Flat Road. The roadway appears better maintained after crossing the Weber/Cache County line. It is the intent of this petition to help focus the Cache County Roads Department on the Ant Flat Road. We'd ask that you sign it and provide your information.