Resource Center for Citizens Town Halls

Northern Californians who want to help educate their neighborhoods and communities on the dark side of Sustainability and the One Bay Area plan, in addition to other critical topics as they impact local cities and towns, will soon be able to book a Town Hall with help from CitizensTownHall.org. Citizens Town Hall will be a resource center for local communities who wish to get the facts they need to challenge deeply flawed, government agendas that impact the General Plans, budgets, and quality of life in every community.

Citizens Town Hall follows and shares developments on topics including:

1. U.N. Agenda 21 plans to limit the freedom of people and property rights;

2. unelected bureaucracies like One Bay Area over-ruling local planning by forcing subsidized, high-density housing and public transit in towns whether they are “transit hubs”;

3. and how new healthcare regulations and taxes will affect personal privacy and healthcare choices.

See Heather Gass of Citizens Town Hall, outline the history of the Sustainability movement and how it impacts local communities without citizen knowledge.

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  1. Tracy Vogel says

    Hi Heather,
    Is there a way to contact you to ask questions and speak with you. Can I get some flyers that I could give out to people that would be helpful by giving them general information.

    Thanks,
    Tracy

  2. Tracy Vogel says

    Hi Heather,

    My name is Tracy Vogel, I live in San Rafael and have three children. In our community the people are well intentioned, yet not informed at all. I have heard you on the Barbara Simpson show, seen your many Youtube shows and love them. God bless you for getting the word out. I confess my community is Asleep with regard to One bay area and what it is doing.

    I have been trying to inform people gradually. In our community we have seen devastating crime growth and as a result people have rallied and established a large community Watch group. They asked for discussion topics. So I suggested One Bay area, and they were interested, so I am hoping to forward your website link to the people in charge of the Glenwood Watch group. If I can arrange for a meeting would you be interested in speaking? They dropped the ball, as I tried to do this before Christmas; I’m thinking now may be a more opportune time to request a meeting for this community.

    Also can you recommend how I may get the word out where well intended people think they are too busy, & say ; How can they take my property rights, it doesn’t make sense? Marin County is in the Dark, with regard to this issue; hoping with your very streamlined approach that we can shed some light here.

    Thank You so much for all you do!!!

    • says

      Virginia _ suggest you plow through the various windows and note down the suggestions such as Get your city council to do this or that. Maybe even hold a Council Meeting open to the public to hear the voices of dissent on the Plan Bay Area. The site describes on at Danville.

      One of the sites it suggests is http://www.planbayareamyth.org/
      They have a petition to ABAG to delay up-coming hearings on the One Bay Area Plan. So you could sign it and get on their mailing list.
      The CitizensTownHall site looks like a work in progress. I expect this will improve over time.

  3. says

    Great posting. Unfortunately few folks are aware of the danger to their property, freedom and liberty under the Agenda 21 behemoth and its related California-state related legislation like AB 32 and S 375, and ABAG/MTC’s Bay Area Plan One. I highly recommend that readers take the time to listen to Heather Gass’s great presentation on how sustainability affects our cities.

    Agenda 21 and its companion state and local legislation are a covert attack on us that is far more dangerous to our way of life than anything since the Soviet threat.