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11 Oct
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Southwest Fresno Specific Plan Update

Hello Residents and Stakeholders of Southwest Fresno:

 

This email is to let you know that the October 2017 Redline Draft of the Southwest Specific Plan (SWFSP) is available at the following link (active for 72 hours): http://m3.fresno.gov/upload/files/7810566/SWFSPRedLineDraft20171007Reduced.pdf .  The document is also posted on the city’s website at www.fresno.gov/southwestplan.  The redline draft incorporates the plan revisions recommended by the Steering Committee in the August 8, 2017 Revisions Memo that was recently circulated with the Draft EIR.  It also includes additional redlines that respond to comments made on the EIR and that are consistent with the core policies in the plan.  Final consideration of the SWFSP is scheduled as follows:

Fresno Planning Commission – Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 6:00 p.m. or thereafter, City Council Chambers

Fresno City Council – Thursday, October 26, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. or thereafter, City Council Chambers

Help us get the word out! Attached are outreach flyers in English and Spanish to inform residents of these hearings.  (They are designed in 11 x 17 format and require folding in half).

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Sophia Pagoulatos

Planning Manager

City of Fresno

Development and Resource Management Department

(559) 621-8062

 

 

 

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11 Oct
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Parks Master Plan Event

GREETINGS FRESNO COMMUNITY,

Thank you for all of your input during the Parks Master

Plan Update. Your feedback about vision, needs, and

priorities for Fresno’s park and open space system has been

a critical component throughout our parks master planning

process.

We now invite you to join us this October for our document

launch – come learn all about your community’s parks

master plan and help us celebrate your parks!

Event date: Thursday, October 12, 2017 – 6pm to 8pm

Ted C. Wills Community Center Senior Center

770 N. San Pablo Ave Fresno, CA 93728

 

 

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11 Oct
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Sanger Democratic Club-Emilio Huerta (bring just in case chair)

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11 Oct
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Join me in supporting fire disaster relief


The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee has not endorsed any candidate in this race.


 

As we continue to witness the devastation taking place in Northern California and Orange County, let us come together and provide relief as best we can. This email has information about ways you can get involved to help others impacted by the fires.

 

We’re joining forces with Teamsters Joint Council 7 to bring much needed clean water to the firestorm victims in Northern California. Please bring whatever you can donate, including individual bottled water, cases of water, and two liter water jugs to either my District Office in Oakland or Capitol Office in Sacramento. Your water donation will be transported by Teamster Joint Council 7 to the affected areas for distribution. For any questions please call 510-286-1400.

 

 

 

District Office

1515 Clay Street, Suite 2201

Oakland, CA

Capitol Office

State Capitol, Room 4005

Sacramento, CA

 

 

If you would like to donate money, please visit www.redcross.org/donate/donation, call 800-RED-CROSS, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. If you would like to volunteer your time, please visit: http://tinyurl.com/RedCrossVolOctober2017.

 

For the most up-to-date fire information, please visit the emergency services websites of the affected counties or the California Office of Emergency Services.

 

Thank you for joining me to support families affected by this terrible disaster.

 

In community,

Tony Thurmond

 

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11 Oct
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fighting for womens rights


The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee has not endorsed any candidate in this race.


 

There has been so much going on that it is hard to decide what issues should get top priority. But I wanted to make sure that the actions of Donald Trump and the GOP in the House didn’t get overlooked from last week.

Last week, women’s rights were trampled on when the House voted to take away birth control from millions of women nationwide simply because their employer doesn’t agree with their personal decisions involving their health.

Let me be clear: This is a women’s health issue and it should be a decision that SHE makes with the help of family and doctors, not her boss or her government.

Do you agree? I need you to stand with me now in opposition. Add your name here >>

I trust women to make their own health decisions, that’s why I’m a strong supporter of Planned Parenthood and the work they do in our community and throughout our nation.

I’m ready to hit the ground running on day one after being elected to strongly oppose roll backs to this popular and crucial component of the Affordable Care Act. The only people who should be in the conversation on birth control and women’s health should be a woman, her doctor, and her family. Period.

I need your help to send a clear message right now that we will not stand idly by as Congress rolls back women’s rights. Add your name here >>

Thank you for standing with me,

Andrew

Contributions or gifts to Andrew Janz are not tax deductible.

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11 Oct
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California


The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee has not endorsed any candidate in this race.


 

Alex Padilla

Once again, our heart is broken watching our fellow Americans suffer the impact of a natural disaster — this time the horrific wildfires devastating northern California and parts of Southern California.

 

We continue to pray for the families of the 21 who have died, the more than 200 who have been injured, and the many more who have been impacted by some of the worst wildfires in California history.

 

We can’t thank enough the many brave firefighters and other emergency personnel who have risked their lives to save lives and try to protect homes and businesses. We are always grateful for their courageous service.

 

At times like this, we need to offer more than just our thoughts and prayers. We need to help our fellow Californians. That is why I’m asking you to take action today and make a contribution to organizations that work to help victims and survivors of these wildfires.

 

Let’s do what we always do in times of crisis; let’s be there for each other. Your support, large or small, will make a big difference for someone who has suffered a loss due to these fires.

 

Thank you in advance,

 

Alex and Angela Padilla

 

 

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