The Green 1-2-3 petition is Measure O on the November ballot

posted Oct 1, 2014, 2:40 PM by Lori Parlin   [ updated Oct 1, 2014, 3:48 PM ]
Dear Shingle Springs residents and rural lifestyle supporters,

The November election is fast approaching and Sample Ballots are on the way to mailboxes now.

We all worked very hard on collecting signatures on the 1-2-3 petitions and the green one that removes the urban boundary lines around Shingle Springs, Camino, Pollock Pines, Cedar Grove, and areas around the Green Valley corridor, is now Measure O and made it onto the November ballot.  We want to remove the urban boundary lines so that those areas are no longer a target for urban development by the county.

So let's make sure that Measure O passes this November.  Remember, this is a countywide measure, so send it to everyone you know in the county.  Here's what you can do to help us spread the word:
  1. Forward this email to friends and family to encourage them to vote Yes on Measure O.
     
  2. Reply to this email if you live on a high-traffic street and would like a 4'x4', 4'x8', or A-frame sign to support Measure O.  
    See photos below for samples. Feel free to make your own sign.
     
  3. Display a window sticker on your car.  See photo below.  You can get a window sticker at the Placerville Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.  We will be setting up more locations to get window stickers soon.
     
  4. Write your own Measure O message on your car window with window markers.
     
  5. Use your Facebook, Twitter, or other social media account to get the word out.
     
  6. Send a donation to LVC-EDC, P.O. Box 1581, Shingle Springs, CA 95682 or go to our website to make on online donation:  www.LVC-EDC.org
     
  7. Volunteer to walk a neighborhood anywhere in the county and distribute flyers to support Measure O.  Reply to this email and we'll get you set up or call 530-417-5944.
     
  8. Write a Letter to the Editor in support of Measure O.  It doesn't have to be long or complicated.  Make it simple.  Most newspapers have a submittal form on their website. 
     
  9. Reply to this email if you'd like to help paint our Measure O signs.
Once again, thank you to everyone that helped put our grassroots measure on the ballot.  All efforts, big and small, contributed to the success of the cause.  Let's keep up the good work and pass Measure O this November.

Thank you,


Lori Parlin on behalf of the
Shingle Springs Community Alliance, No San Stino, and Stop Tilden Park
  Keeping Shingle Springs Rural


           
                                
                       
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