Tag Archive: Agenda 21

Aug 05

Liz Padgett Says: “Let the Free Markets Work in Lubbock!”

In response to Imagine Lubbock spokeswoman Connie Wharton’s statement that she would not support Charles Perry’s campaign for State Senator since he did not bow to the will of her organization and the Chamber in passing a sales tax to fund Imagine Lubbock Together, she needs to remember that out of approximately 230,000 Lubbockites, only about 1,000 persons attended …

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May 02

Can You Imagine NGOs Promoting Socialistic Ideologies In America?

“Imagine” Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today… Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace… Imagine no possessions …

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Apr 30

Lubbock’s Very Own Monorail Madness

A billion dollar Lubbock debt cannot slow this monorail madness down.  After all, the master developer said, “The taxpayers don’t have to worry about this.  It will be mostly federally funded.”  He may not pay much net federal tax like the rest of us, or he would know that it is ALL taxpayer money!  Getting …

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Dec 11

Response to David Seim’s Editorial and Imagine Lubbock Together by Local Lubbock Resident

You recently wrote a letter to the editor expressing your loyalties to Imagine Lubbock Together.  I am glad you have enjoyed your service to the committee and can appreciate your pride in its accomplishments.  It is commendable to want Lubbock to progress and to have pride in the City.  You mentioned that dissenters don’t know what they …

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Nov 29

Response to David Seim and Imagine Lubbock Letter to the Editor

In response to David Seim’s letter to the editor concerning opposition to the Imagine Lubbock project, Doug Karr has written a succinct message to Mr. Seim, Mayor Robertson, the City Council, and members of the Avalanche Journal Editorial Staff. Mr. Young, Please be advised that this is NOT a letter to the editor. I read …

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Oct 27


Are Utility Providers REALLY Seeking to Work With Consumers in Providing an Opt-Out, Or is the Public Being Shafted Again? Want to Replace Your Smart Meter with an Analog Meter?  If you do not act now, you could be paying up to $400.00 per year PLUS HUGE up-front fees!  The Power Companies transmit & distribute …

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Jun 20

Response to Eddie McBride’s Lubbock Online Letter

In response to Mr. McBride,  most Lubbock citizens are “respectable” and want to see Lubbock prosper,  in a free enterprise manner, without public/private partnerships which foster corporate favoritism on the backs of hard-working taxpayers.  Mr.  Seim and Ms. Wharton  interviewed 20-plus urban designers and selected the top two Agenda 21 activists in their  field.  If …

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Jun 20

“Imagine Lubbock Together”

NOTICE: THIS LETTER HAS BEEN SENT BY CERTIFIED MAIL TO THE LUBBOCK MAYOR AND ALL CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS January  7, 2013   “Imagine Lubbock Together” The Lubbock City Council has entrusted an unelected steering committee of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce to partner with ACP Visioning and Planning, in a planning initiative called “Imagine Lubbock …

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Jun 04

PATRIOT PRESS: The Informed Citizen June 2013 Edition

June 2013 Patriot Press

Jan 06

AGENDA 21/SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Is Imagine Lubbock Together Part of this Plan?

AGENDA 21/SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IS IMAGINE LUBBOCK TOGETHER PART OF THIS PLAN? Although the final plan for Imagine Lubbock Together has not been shown to the public, this project has all the earmarks of Agenda 21.  More often than not, the elected officials who adopt these plans have never read Agenda 21, and many have never …

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