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Pelosi's 5th Column vs. Pombo's 911 ALERT Posse
Congressman Richard Pombo, Chairman of the Congressional Resource Committee supports the San Francisco Peninsula's Fire Safe Council 911 Ambient ALERT Homeland Security Plan proposal. Baghdad By the Bay's Cut & Run Pelosi is committed to killing the 911 ALERT funding proposal presented to Pombo's Resource Committee on May 4, 2006. Join the California Watershed Posse and vote for Regime Change for our Baghdad By The Bay on Nov. 7th...it time to throw Pelosi's 5th column BUMS out.
12 12 12-16-06  04:58 am Anonymous
Oscar Braun endorses 9/11 ALERT Homeland Security Plan
The California Watershed Posse (CWP) in the fall of 2001 initiated a collaborative effort with the leading international innovator of natural systems ambient light sentinel technology Ambient Control System. The outcome of that collaborative effort was the development of a strategic watershed sentinel AmbientAlert CRMP for the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed located in San Mateo County. The 9/11 San Francisco Watershed Security Plan proposes 21st century solutions to the multiple challenges in protecting our watershed vital natural resources from invasive species (wild pigs), terrorist attack, catastrophic wildfires and non-point source pollutions. FUNDING? The CWP Fire Safe Council has proposed raising the $30,000 annual rent for use of the Hetch Hetchy Valley to $25 million annually to be used exclusively for the protection of the GGNRA and Hetch Hetchy Bay Area watersheds.
5 5 12-15-06  12:06 pm Anonymous
Baghdad By The Bay vs. 5th Column Sierra Club
This name was given to the City by Herb Caen, famous columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle because he loved San Francisco with a passion. He wrote for the newspaper for decades, and it is likely that the comparison was made long ago...before the Gulf War. Ever since our great nation was attacked on 9/11, Bay Area residents, have been confronted with the reality that there are extremist in our midst…a 5th Column. Dictionary.com defines “5th column” originally as Franco sympathizers in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War so called in allusion to a statement in 1936 that the insurgents had four columns marching on Madrid and a 5th column of sympathizers in the city ready to rise and betray it. The Sierra Club’s extremist Restore Hetch Hetchy campaign is endorsed and supported by the Bay Areas two leading Pay to Play Democrats ... the "Voice of San Francisco" Nancy Pelosi and California State Assembly Pro Tem Leland Yee. Join Oscar Braun and Vote NO to "Pay To Play" politics as usual.
8 9 12-15-06  12:10 pm Anonymous
Bay Area ...Paradise Lost ?!
"In the Bay Area, only 12% of people can afford to buy a median-priced home compared to 57% average in California & a 71% national average. For the nearly one-half of people who are renters, affordable apartments and homes are extremely hard to find. As a result, many families are doubled or tripled up in overcrowded, substandard housing. Others are braving three- or four-hour-a-day commutes and contributing to traffic gridlock as they drive to the Central Valley, Central Coast, and once-rural areas to the north to find homes they can afford. At Greenbelt Alliance, we believe that affordable housing is necessary to preserve the environment and the diversity and livability of the Bay Area. We can begin to meet the housing demand by giving residents more choices of where they can live. Residents need choices in addition to suburban single family residential homes and luxury estates. By creating communities with a mix of single family homes, apartments, condominiums, and townhouses, we can offer a range of housing choices at different levels of affordability". Source:Greenbelt Alliance

4 5 12-15-06  12:11 pm Anonymous
Oscar Braun on Protecting the California Dream!
As your State Senator for the San Francisco Peninsula I will change the present and shape the future of our region's environmental health, economic vitality, and social equity so that each generation meets it's needs in a sustainable way. Community Sustainability means that we meet today's Community needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their Community needs. I will be your Community Voice for change in Sacramento. Let's Connect on November 7th.
11 11 12-15-06  12:15 pm Anonymous
Get Connected, Seize Tomorrow!
A Note From First Lady Maria Shriver
Dear California Women,
Being connected, whether to friends, families, communities or government, provides the support and confidence each of us needs to realize our full potential and that of California. Yet, no matter where I go in my travels as First Lady, I hear the same thing from the women of California: in today’s fast-paced world, it is more and more difficult to find and nurture meaningful connections. That’s why we are so proud to host the 2006 California Governor and First Lady’s Conference on Women with the theme of Connect Today, Seize Tomorrow. Visit www.LetsConnect.TV today!

2 3 12-16-06  05:05 am hgfhgfh
Coordinated Resource Management and Planning (CRMP) is a resource planning, problem-solving and management process that allows for direct participation of everyone concerned with natural resource management in a given planning area. The concept underlying CRMP is that coordinating resource management strategies results in improved resource management and minimizes conflicts among land users, landowners, governmental agencies and interest groups. Using this approach, resource problems are addressed and solved much more effectively because they are based on resource boundaries and not constrained by individual, agency or political boundaries. See CRMP 12 Steps Handbook (http://www.crmp.org/resources/handbook.htm)

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