From the announcement:
“To support this wave of grassroots organizing, we’re launching Onward Together, an organization dedicated to advancing the progressive vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election. Onward Together will work to build a brighter future for generations to come by supporting groups that encourage people to organize and run for office.
I’ve been particularly inspired by everyone who has stepped up to lead in this crucial moment for our country, and so I’m proud to announce Onward Together is beginning by supporting five groups leading the way.
At Swing Left, experts from the tech, media, finance, nonprofit, and arts industries are working to take back the House in 2018 by mobilizing volunteers in swing districts, where votes will count the most. The team at Emerge America has doubled down on finding,… Continue reading
Hosted by Indivisible Roseville. Candidates include, from left to right:
– Regina Bateson
– Charlie Brown
– Roza Calderon
– Chris Drew
– Jessica Morse
– Rochelle Wilcox
8:05 – Regina Bateson
11:15 – Charlie Brown
14:30 – Roza Calderon
17:50 – Chris Drew
21:05 – Jessica Morse
24:30 – Rochelle Wilcox
QUESTION 1: If you are elected to Congress, what would the health bill look like that you would propose, and how would you address some of the complaints of both ACA and ACHA?
29:35 – Brown
31:52 – Calderon
34:10 – Drew
36:05 – Morse
38:30 – Wilcox
41:00 – Bateson
QUESTION 2: What is your position on California’s water issues, and do you have a better solution than those that are currently proposed?
44:15 – Calderon
46:15 – Drew
47:55 – Morse… Continue reading
Results of Planning Commission Meeting
The Vallecito subdivision went before the Mariposa County Planning Commission on Friday, April 21. The Commission voted 4 to 1 to approve the project with no further mitigation. While we had hoped the owner would talk to us about alternatives ahead of time and that more than one member* of the Planning Commission would look further into concerns and ask for additional mitigation, this result was not a surprise. (*District 1 Commissioner voted no over concerns re water.)
The petition signature and comments were included in the Commissioners’ packets. Thanks to all who signed and commented.
Thanks also to those who spoke at the meeting or attended to show support for saving our valuable Catheys Valley history as represented by this landscape and barn, and who voiced concerns regarding water, safety, and more.
Some positives… Continue reading