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 abhishek
Get Abhishek To Not Cut His Hair
Here is a eulogy I wrote when he shaved his hair over quarantine. Clearly, this really matters to me: I have gathered you all here today because of a terrible tragedy that befell me - nay, befell all of us, whether we know it or not — several days ago. Although a proper funeral is at this time for obvious reasons impossible, I thought a eulogy would help me come to terms with the depths of my despair so that, hopefully, I can begin to move on. The facts are these: this Sunday, I woke up, thinking that all was right in the world. Those precious few hours between my waking and the realization were beautiful ones, made all the more so for their brevity: they were the last hours before I found out that my boyfriend was bald. You heard me right: Abhishek’s hair, which had been so important to me, and I’m sure to the rest of you as well, is gone. It sits now, in a weird little baggy, in his bedroom closet, where it will remain until quarantine ends and it can be properly donated. “This is so much less maintenance,” Abhishek says. “I don’t even have to shampoo.” And I nod, because it would be rude to do otherwise. I nod, despite the pain. From a purely logical perspective, I know that hair is just dead cells. I know that it was never alive in the first place. But my heart feels so different. Every time I see Abhishek now — on video call, or in pictures — all I can think about is what was lost. In time, I hope this pain can begin to fade. Someday, I may be able to think about the general concept of hair without being reminded all over again of this terrible loss. But that day is not today, nor will it be tomorrow. And in the meantime, we must be strong in the face of grief and spit in the face of uncertainty. If Abhishek’s hair were with us today, I know that’s what it would have wanted. Anyway yeah this is to prevent this from happening again.
Petition to Residents of Redding CT and Beyond
Help raise awareness on ways to slow the spread of COVID-19
Please join Brownies Troop 31492 in signing the #STOPTHESPREAD Pledge. This pledge is aimed to raise awareness about ways to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Over the last year, our lives have changed, and we continue to live in our new normal. This pledge initiative is intended to support and connect our local community as we navigate through the Coronavirus pandemic together. We ask you to sign this pledge to help maintain prevention awareness now and in the future. Together we can and will get through this challenging time. Sign the pledge and share it with your community, neighbors, friends and family. Let’s be the example! Stop the Spread Pledge I pledge to keep myself and my loved ones healthy and stop the spread of COVID-19 by: Washing my hands for 20 seconds Staying at least 6 feet away when in public Wearing a mask when I am with people outside of my family Coughing or sneezing into my elbow Staying home if I'm feeling sick Helping cheer up friends and family from afar when they are lonely or sad Together we can slow the spread of the virus! Thank you for your support! Brownie Troop #31492
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 Grant Thornton NI, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
Support a Greenway linking Ballycastle and Ballymoney
We are signing this petition as a demonstration of our full support for the development of a Greenway linking Ballycastle and Ballymoney. Who are we? We are community members from Ballycastle and Ballymoney and from the villages and hamlets in the green space between. We are primary stakeholders in this project proposal. We believe that this project should score very highly in the impact assessment being conducted by Grant Thornton NI on behalf of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council. With reference to the Council meeting on 5th January 2021, we believe that this project should receive full funding from the NI Executive / UK Government Growth Deal. Council meeting 5th Jan. 2021 We believe that development of a Greenway linking Ballycastle and Ballymoney will result in a range of economic, social and environmental benefits. A Greenway linking Ballycastle and Ballymoney will produce economic benefits for both, resulting from the increased footfall the Greenway will stimulate from local residents, domestic visitors and international tourists. Furthermore, with a creative design, the Greenway could include a variety of entry and exit points to include the tourist popular Dark Hedges and linkages to rural villages including Armoy and Stranocum. This would catalyse additional economic opportunities. Benefits will include new employment opportunities such as cafés and refreshment breaks at entry and exit points, walking and cycling tour guides and the maintenance of the Greenway. Walking and cycling are becoming increasingly popular leisure pursuits. Opportunities to enjoy these fully without the associated risk from cars on busy roads are extremely limited. Development of the Greenway will bring obvious social benefits resulting from the healthy exercise of cycling and walking and the experience of nature. The design of the Greenway should ensure full accessibility by Persons with Disabilities and be family-friendly in terms of safety for both young and old. Development of the Greenway will also have environmental benefits. There will be opportunities to provide educational signage on native flora and fauna along the route, and information about environmental conservation. Waste recycling bins should be provided at regular intervals along the route. Development of the Greenway will link a coastal town already very popular with domestic and international visitors, to small rural villages and a large inland town with an excellent shopping experience and multiple, locally owned independent stores. Development of the Greenway will create a new asset for the Borough, attractive to both residents and visitors. While the investment will produce a range of economic benefits, careful design will ensure the new asset will have a low level of maintenance and recurring costs to be absorbed by the ratepayer through the Council’s annual budget. We are sending Grant Thornton NI a clear message of broad community support for this project.
Petition to Henry City Clerk Sherry Klein, Henry Mayor Jeff Bergfeld
Control the Feral Cat Population in Henry, Illinois
The feral cat population in Henry, Illinois is growing rapidly. By signing this petition, you are showing your support in the use of a TNR program to help control the feral cat population in our small town. Feral cats are defined as an "un-owned domestic cat that lives outdoors and avoids human contact." It is estimated that TENS of MILLION of feral and stray cats freely roam the streets of the United States and breed rapidly. Doing nothing and using ineffective approaches are what have resulted in the current overpopulation problem. Trying to rescue all of the feral cats and find them homes is impossible given their numbers and their limited socialization. Removing or relocating all of the feral cats invites new un-neutered cats to move in and the cycle of reproduction starts again. Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) is the only method proven to be humane and effective in controlling free-roaming cat population growth. Feral cats can be found living outside in groups known as colonies. They tend to live outside human homes and exhibit wild behavior, but they are not wildlife. The majority of feral cats rely on food provided by humans. The most compassionate choice for the cats is to allow them to live outdoors with their colony. Trap-Neuter-Return is a simple process with significant benefits. Feral cats are captured using humane traps. They are then taken to a veterinarian to be spayed/neutered and vaccinated against deadly diseases, like rabies. The cats are the returned to their original territory and are supplied with ongoing access to food and fresh water.
Petition to City of Grangeville
The city council in Grangeville, Idaho has made a decision to keep Snowhaven, our local ski hill, closed for the 2020-2021 season. I believe that they did not reach this decision lightly, however I do not believe that this is the best option for our community. While covid-19 is a genuine concern, so is the mental and physical health of the people in our community. Many other ski hills in the state are choosing to remain open with safety protocols in place. I believe that Snowhaven could do the same. There are many protocols that could be put in place to make it a safe environment for us to recreate. Snowhaven is, for the most part, an outdoor sport anyway and naturally lends itself to social distancing, face coverings and gloves. Snowhaven already has a huge impact on our community every year. It nourishes an environment where both kids and adults can enjoy the outdoors. It provides a place to boost both physical and mental health during the long, dark winter months in Idaho. It also creates job opportunities for many in our community. People understand that in order to be able to enjoy Snowhaven this year, things would look very different. But our community needs this outlet this year more than ever. The purpose of this petition is to ask the Mayor and City Council of Grangeville, Idaho to reconsider and open Snowhaven.
Petition to Listeners and Comfort Audio Lovers
Justin Makes a Video of him Making Cookies
Ight so make a video of you making the cookies, and use a measuring cup so we can still eyeball it with you to retry. And you can just talk to us about your day :skelly::partypugdance:COMFORT AUDIO BRO :lipbite: