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  • Oxnard: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Oxnard?

    Do you support environmental justice in Oxnard and throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 20.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, SEND YOUR COMMENTS TO susan.curtis@ventura.org - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    0 RSVPs
  • Public Meeting: Toxic waste site as VC Cultural Landmark?

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    The Ventura County Cultural Heritage Board is going to vote on whether to grant two chemical storage tanks Cultural Landmark status. The USA PetroChem tanks held ammonia and are part of what the company is required to clean up. But if they are given this landmark status they will be protected and preserved. 

    Is a toxic waste site truly a site that Ventura County wants to hold up as part of the heritage of the county? 

    HERE Is more info on the CFROG Blog. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP and attend the meeting on Monday and let the Board know you want PetroChem to properly clean and remediate the entire site along the Ventura Rivers. 

    2) If you can't come email your comments NOW to : nicole.doner@ventura.org

    3) Share this page with your friends. 

    Monday, July 24, 2017 at 01:15 PM · 2 rsvps
    Ventura County Government Center - Atlantic Conference Room
    2 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Somis: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Somis?

    Do you support environmental justice in Somis and throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 06:30 PM
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Saticoy: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Saticoy?

    Do you support environmental justice in Saticoy and throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Saticoy Library in Saticoy, CA
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Port Hueneme : Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Port Hueneme?

    Do you support environmental justice throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 12:30 PM
    Ray D. Prueter Library in Port Hueneme, CA
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Fillmore/Santa Paula : Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Fillmore & Santa Paula?

    Do you support environmental justice throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 03:00 PM
    Fillmore Library in Fillmore, CA
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Simi Valley: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Simi Valley?

    Do you support environmental justice throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Saturday, August 05, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Lockwood Valley: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Frazier Park?

    Do you support environmental justice throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 03:00 PM
    Frazier Park Public Library in Frazier Park, CA
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp
  • Camarillo: Public Meeting: VC GenPlan Update: Vision & Guiding Principles

    Is clean air and water important in Santa Rosa Valley & Camarillo?

    Do you support environmental justice throughout Ventura County? 

    Ventura_County_Oil_Wells_map.jpg

    Should Ventura County create a green, healthy and forward thinking land use policy over the next two decades? 

    Come tell Ventura County Planning what your priorities are for land use where you live, work and play. 

    Public Meeting details:  the Ventura County Planning Department is going to host a public workshop to receive input from the local community. 

    This meeting focuses on the setting the "Vision & Guiding Principles" as the planning department prepares to begin the environmental review portion and then moving into drafting the new General Plan document. 

    NOW is the time to let your local planning agency know you want the land use constitution for the county to make

    clean water and clean air for all

    the top priority for land use decisions over the next 20 years. 

    Action Items: 

    1) RSVP to attend the meeting on July 19.

    If you agree - come prepared to tell the County that you support CFROG's request for an Environmental Justice principle in the Guiding Principles. CFROG recommended the following: 

    1. An Environmental Justice principle must be added to the list of Guiding principles which states that the County seeks to ensure the protection of residents in disadvantaged communities from disproportionate burdens related to pollution, noxious industries, and risks of environmental hazards, (Health and Safety).
    2. The public health principle should incorporate environmental justice concerns by being revised as follows: Promote economic, social, and physical health and wellness by encouraging walking and biking; ensuring equitable access to parks, public transit, and healthy foods; and integrating Health in All Policies into the built environment. (Healthy Communities)

    2) Share with your friends - bring your neighbors.

    3) If you are unable to attend, fill out this county form - letting the county know clean air and water for all - environmental justice are important in the county and you want those tenets included in the Vision & Guiding Principles. AND send your other email comments to: Susan Curtis, Ventura County GenPlan Update project manager, (805) 654-2497, email susan.Curtis@ventura.org


     

    Details about CFROG's participation in the Ventura County General Plan Update - 

    Here is a letter CFROG submitted last month during the first work session regarding the Vision & Guiding Principles. 

    HERE is information about the VC GenPlan update process. 


    On June 8 CFROG participated in the workshop on the "Vision & Guiding Principles" before the Ventura County Planning Commission. HERE are the details about that meeting, and the requests that CFROG made. 

    RSVP to attend the hearing and join with CFROG working for a green, healthy and forward thinking general plan - 

    Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Rancho Santa Rosa Clubhouse in Camarillo, CA
    0 RSVPs
    rsvp