Environment

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports the planning and development of a statewide balanced transportation system.

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We support measures to ensure the strict regulation of all aspects of hazardous waste/toxic substances.

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We support efficient land use planning that balances economic growth, agriculture, housing, public services, employment, and conservation of the environment, including adequate parks and recreation opportunities.

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The LWVDV recognizes the need for both long-term and immediate ongoing solutions to transportation problems.

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The SRV members of the LWVDV support the adoption of a slope density/ridgeline development ordinance for all unincorporated areas of the San Ramon Valley.

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Including Conservation, Clean Energy, Prudent Evaluation of Clean Energy Projects, Reducing Impacts of Energy Sources on Local and Global Air and Water Quality, and Proposed New State Efforts in Energy Policy.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports an ordinance to disclose the use of hazardous materials.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports comprehensive planning for the South Coast, recognizing that harmony between people and the community in which they live is the ultimate goal of comprehensive land use planning.

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To promote the health, productivity and safety of those living, working and learning within the Town, the League of Women Voters of Hingham adopts the goal of making Hingham a sustainable community.

Articles Press Release

LWV Hingham public service column on Wind Energy.

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Environment