can I do?
1. Become informed and help others get
Contact our website at http://www.sonic.net/windsorwest/home.htm
for background information., history of the Lytton Pomos, newspaper articles
and polical information.
2. Write a letter to the editor regarding
See articles posted on web site;
search for others in newspapers. Wtie letters to the Press Democrat, Windsor
Times, San Francisco Chronicle. News
Articles on Web site
3. Oppose it at all levels of government:
4. Write letters to government officials.
a. Write, telephone, e-mail or however you
can, express your worries, concerns, counter-suggestions to your elected
representatives -- Governor Gray Davis, U.S. Senators Boxer and Feinstein,
U.S. Representative Mike Thompson, Assemblyperson Virginia Strom-Martin,
State Senator Wes Chesbro, Supervisor Paul Kelley and Mayor Steve Allen,
through letters, public appearances and petitions.
Names and addresses of local, county, state
and federal officials who should be contacted regarding your concerns about
the proposed Lytton Pomo project are now available on the web site. Download
them and use them. There is a link to a form letter on the web site for
those who want to use it as a starting point. Feel free to use it.
here for form letter
for Government Officials Names & Addresses
a. Express our support of and encourage
Gov. Davis in his efforts to keep Casinos out of Urban Areas.
Attend Town Council, Board of Supervisors and other pertinent meetings.
b. Write the Bureau of Indian Affairs protesting
the proposed abuse of the land by the Lytton Band and indicating that the
neighborhood will not willingly allow anyone, regardless of race, creed
or color to violate the local health, safety and welfare rules and regulations.
Dates will be announced. Web
site: http://www.sonic.net/windsorwest/home.htm for more information
6. E-mail Windsorwest with your support,
questions and comments. email@example.com
Someone will respond as quickly as possible.
7. Circulate Petitions among our neighbors,
family and friends.
Show our opposition to the establishment of a
reservation in or near Windsor and present the petitions to the Board of
Supervisors, the Town Council and the BIA.
Get Involved to Protect Your
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