Skip to comments.California Strategic Growth Council releases recommendations
Posted on 11/24/2010 2:01:17 PM PST by marsh2
The California Strategic Growth Council (smart growth, climate change) releases recommendations for future inter-agency policy goals and restrictions based on "health in all policies" to improve air and water quality, improve natural resource protection, increase the availability of affordable housing, improve transportation, meet Revised 11.23.2010, for consideration by the SGC on 12.03.2010 15 the goals of the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, encourage sustainable land use planning, and revitalize urban and community centers in a sustainable manner."
Thank goodness we have a republican governor!
Enviromental Justice- starve the damn farmers from their water to save the fishies.
Step 2. Create mountains of bureaucratic chafe for any business with one or more employees
Step 3. Increase tax rates/fees on income, property, investments, business equipment, inheritance, death, cars, recreational vehicles, sales transactions, utility bills,...
Step 4. Make all productive farm land, forested areas, mineral deposits, aquifers, oil deposits, lakes, rivers, hot springs, etc. off limits to production or use.
Step 5. Shower nonproductive segments of our state with lavish subsidies, benefits and endless welfare.
Step 6. Wonder why there is no revenue pouring into the state's coffers.
“It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.” Al Gore (1948 ), forty-fifth Vice President of the United States, in An Inconvenient Truth
Is that all you have to post? Why not contribute an idea from your own head, rather than repeatedly quoting a man whose ideas have been thoroughly debunked?
Wow, it really is the day after Thanksgiving.
What are you like the day after Christmas?
Just as irritated at people who simply repeatedly post the same post in different threads.
Who are you?