1. Office workers Please save one-sided paper for reuse at local elementary schools – this lowers energy and costs, eliminating the following steps: Transporting to recycling facility Recycling process Packaging and distributing to stores Transporting back to homes and businesses INSTEAD a. Place a collection box with a sign at work for reusable one-sided paper; b. Take one-sided office paper to an elementary school on the way home from work.
Would be gorgeous if all the metro stations were art installations
Love all the new bike lanes!
Kindly make sure that the debris from the public works is cleaned up after the task is complete .
Consider investing in the parts of the city where your residents live, rather than continually beautifying the commuter corridor for people who spend their time, money, and energy elsewhere.
can latrobe valley authority put funds towards support of our incredible neighbourhood house? focus on sports and infrastructure is nice but does nothing to build community resilience. balance the sports aupports with funding for nh
#NotViolentNotSilent White Ribbon Day 2017 I encourage all to support White Ribbon and take the White Ribbon Oath.
We deserve better from those in the force. We need to stand up against the abusers who walk free from what they have done. We need real community people to be part of the force, this goes for magistrates need to understand clearer and better about how DV hurts everyone and most importantly the victim. We need local forestry companies to give those with qualifications being females opportunities. Also support Aboriginal employment.
Live at Spectrum. Give it some love. Latrobe Valley shine through music!!
Shout out to the Latrobe Regional Art Gallery. The RENÉ MAGRITTE: exhibition not to be missed
Please initiate a state mandate to allow multi-unit and low income housing to exclude smokers from renting or residing on such properties. In unit smoking bans and segregated areas do not work to protect others from the insidious toxic waste that is a proven health hazard.
I live in tech, but love living in Oakland. I am sad that most Oakland residents just see people and other newcomers as 'gentrifiers'