Stop SB50

StopSB50Opposition Petition to sign
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Senator Atkins announced she move SB50 to her Rules Committee. The Rules Committee does NOT have a formal process to submit opposition by a position letter but you can still contact senators directly, send emails and letters and call  The Rules Committee members are:
Senator Toni G. Atkins (Chair), State Capitol, Room 205, Sacramento, CA 95814, Phone: (916) 651-4039, Fax: (916) 651-4939; Email: Senator.Atkins@senate.ca.gov; stephanie.park@senate.ca.gov – she is a supporter of SB50
Senator Scott Wilk (Vice Chair), State Capitol, Room 3063,Sacramento, CA 95814, Phone: (916) 651-4021, Fax: (916) 651-4921; Email: Senator.wilk@senate.ca.gov; junay.gardner@senate.ca.gov .
Senator Bill Monning , State Capitol, Room 4040, Sacramento, CA 95814, Phone: (916) 651-4017, Fax: (916) 651-4917; Email: senator.monning@senate.ca.govtrevor.taylor@sen.ca.gov
Senator Richard D. Roth (Recently Added Co-Author of SB 50); State Capitol, Room 2080,Sacramento, CA 95814,Phone: (916) 651-4031
Fax: (916) 651-4931 Email: Senator.roth@senate.ca.gov; elise.gyore@senate.ca.gov . Since General Roth is a co-author added by the amendments on January 6, he is presumaly a supporter
Senator Patricia C. Bates  (no need to contact again as she also is on Appropriations and a no vote on SB50)

PLEASE REACH OUT ACROSS THE STATE TO YOUR OWN REPRESENTATIVES IN THE STATE SENATE AND STATE ASSEMBLY AND TO THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE TODAY, OVER THE WEEKEND AND ALL NEXT WEEK  I have been told that Governor Newsom’s email for SB50 iis Ronda.Paschal@gov.ca.gov .  I will circulate more details when I have them.

 

 

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  5. 1) This legislation is very complex and should not be fast-tracked.
    2) Public outreach has been inadequate and more time is needed for review and comment.
    3) The impact of this program on transit must be carefully considered, especially
    increasing housing density before increasing transit capacity.
    4) Protections must be strengthened to prevent demolition of existing mid-block
    6-unit buildings and any RH1/RH2 lot merging with variances for the construction of new 6 to 8-story buildings on blocks with smaller 2 to 3-story homes.

    Nora Blay
    156 6th Avenue

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