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Lt. Governor Candidate: No Tunnel, No Quarry (tags)
Stewart Alexander, Candidate for California Lieutenant Governor, is opposing two projects being planned for west Riverside County; a ten mile tunnel that will move traffic beneath the Cleveland National Forest and the Santa Ana Mountains, and a quarry that is being planned near the boarder of Riverside and San Diego County. Alexander says these two projects are the results of irresponsible planning that will cause long term damage to our environment and will have a negative impact on the lives of millions of Californians.
Lt. Gov. Candidate Opposing Tunnel Project (tags)
Stewart Alexander is opposing plans to construct a 10 mile tunnel beneath the Cleveland National Forest and the Santa Ana Mountains to relieve traffic congestion between Riverside and Orange Counties. Alexander believes any future for this project should rest with California voters and not with government agencies and corporate executives.
Alexander Wants Electric Cars - Hydrogen SUV's (tags)
As technologies catch up to consumer needs, and gasoline prices soar daily to record highs, Alexander says it is important that we make an intelligent transition, manufacturing electric vehicles for daily commuting and hydrogen engines to power larger vehicles such as pickup trucks and SUV’s.
Lt. Governor Candidate Proposes Rail System (tags)
The Peace and Freedom Party candidate for California lieutenant governor, Stewart Alexander, is proposing an elevated twin rail system to move commuters between Riverside and Orange County. This is a plan to reduce traffic congestion and pollution in Southern California. The candidate is opposing the present plan, to build a 10 mile tunnel, drilling holes in the Santa Ana Mountains and the Cleveland National Forest.
Earth First Orange County targets Irvine Company (tags)
Earth First! was founded in 1979 in response to a compromising and increasingly corporate environmental community. We believe that it is not enough to simply preserve some of our remaining wilderness. We need to preserve it all and take steps towards rehabilitating what we have already destroyed. In this effort, we utilize everything from grassroots organizing and involvement in the legal process to non-violent civil disobedience and other forms of creative resistance. Get involved! Help us build a movement: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (949) 370-9894. For additional information, log onto www.ocearthfirst.org "Pay your rent: Work for the Earth!"