General Program, Ponte Vedra: Florida Hometown Democracy
Mar 1, 2010
Come hear the straight story about Amendment 4. This presentation will cover both sides of the argument that's making Florida Hometown Democracy the #1 issue statewide for the 2010 election next November. The purpose is to educate the public about this issue, covering what Amendment 4 will do, why there's controversy, and the misinformation that's circulating around. Amendment 4 is intended to allow voters a say in decisions that affect the future of their community, by giving them a veto power over changes made by local government to their community's land-use plan.
The discussion and slide show will be presented by Al Abbatiello and Dorothy Wardell. Al is Chairman of the William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway Management Council, a volunteer for the Campaign for Amendment 4, and has been a resident of St. Johns County for 12 years. Dorothy is also a St John's County resident, a state-level volunteer for the Campaign for Amendment 4, and a long-time Sierra Club Member.
Everyone is welcome! Snacks will be provided, but bring your own drink.
Northeast Florida Group
Larry Lickenbrock (904) 537-6047
.... held in the PGA room of the Ponte Vedra Beach Public Library on Library Road at AIA
(blinking light south of the intersection of AIA and Solana Road, on A1A about two miles south of Butler Boulevard)