Natural Resources (California)

Natural Resources (California)

Position

Louisville and Jefferson County should adopt comprehensive urban growth and land use policies that reconcile the conflicting demands development and environmental preservation which are in the long term public interest. 
League members at local rally
Event Date: 
Aug 3 2019 - 10:00am
Event location: 

LWV Diablo Valley office

The next meeting of Action/Advocacy is from 10 AM – noon on August 3, 2019, at the League Office, 500 St. Mary’s Road. Do join us, and, even if you can’t attend that meeting, please fill out this Doodle Poll: https://doodle.com/poll/zrqxm7vztnydzmn9, which asks when would be a good time for you to attend Action/Advocacy Meetings.

People, protest sign reading "Water is Life"

Action Alerts

An industrial landfill in Minquadale has asked DNREC for permission to raise the landfill level from 130 feet above sea level to 190 feet.

News

Observer Corps Report June 2019

Overview

City of Oakland symbol

Action Alerts

The City of Oakland is asking residents to share ideas and solutions at upcoming workshops to help the City reach its climate goals by 2030.

Position

Watershed and water quality protection

Position

A balanced diversity of land uses in Falmouth

Position

The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos supports the development of residential neighborhoods that are sustainable and livable.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos believes that our natural environment is integral to our community's unique sense of place and to our well-being and prosperity.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos believes that the goal of our county should be to use no more water than can be produced from our aquifer without depleting it.

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