Friday, January 20, 2012

UN Agenda 21, ICLEI, Sustainability - #3585 - Excerpts from the Fabulous Republican National Committee Resolution Warning of UNAgenda 21 - Virginia Right (2) Virginia Supreme Court Ruling Limits Power of Planning Commission - Charlottesville Tomorrow (3) Turn-votes 'Conservative Albemarle Co. School Board Members Shun Buyaki, Support Koleszar, McKeel for Chair and Vice Chair - Schilling Show

Here’s some great excerpts from this RNC Agenda 21 resolution: WHEREAS, the United Nations Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering, and global political control that was initiated at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, in 1992…” Nice introduction. The next paragraph says what I have been saying all along about ICLEI: “WHEREAS, the United Nations Agenda 21 is being covertly pushed into local communities throughout the United States of America through the International Council of Local Envirnomental Initiatives (ICLEI)…” The resolution cites “local ‘sustainable development’ policies such as Smart Growth, Wildlands Project, Resilient Cities, Regional Visioning Projects, and other ‘Green’ or ‘Alternative’ projects;…” Donna Holt could have written this part! “WHEREAS, the United Nations Agenda 21 plan of radical so-called ‘sustainable development’ views the American way of life of private property ownership, single family homes, private car ownership and individual travel choices, and privately owned farms;… Read more........

Virginia Supreme Court Ruling Limits Power of Planning Commission - Charlottesville Tomorrow - The Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that planning commissions do not have the power to grant waivers that allow property developers to deviate from zoning ordinances.  “Delegation of such authority to the [Albemarle] planning commission is inconsistent with the general role of planning commissions, as reflected by their enabling statutes,” reads the ruling issued last Friday from Justice William C. Mims.  Albemarle County Attorney Larry Davis said in an interview that the county has delegated decision-making powers to its Planning Commission for many decades.  “It’s an important decision that affects our processes, and not just in Albemarle County, but every locality statewide,” Davis said.  The case, Sinclair v. New Cingular Wireless et al., stems from a waiver granted in February 2010 by the Albemarle Planning Commission that allowed the construction of 103-foot cell tower on land subject to the county’s critical slopes ordinance.  Kent Sinclair, an Albemarle resident who owns adjoining property, argued at two public hearings against the waiver. After the commission granted it, Sinclair filed a suit that claimed Albemarle was in violation of the Dillon Rule, which prevents localities from exercising power not granted to them by the General Assembly.  The Albemarle Circuit Court did not agree with Sinclair’s complaint, and the case was appealed to the Virginia Supreme Court, where justices ultimately upheld Sinclair’s suit.  Read more.......   Link to court document of the decision by the Virginia Supreme Court...........

Turn-votes - 'Conservative Albemarle Co. School Board Members Shun Buyaki, Support Koleszar, McKeel for Chair and Vice Chair - Schilling Show Blog - In an amazing display of institutional protectionism, the seven-member Albemarle County School Board (ACSB) voted to prohibit conservative reformer, Jason Buyaki, from assuming a board leadership position. At the ACSB January 12 organizational meeting, politically left-leaning member Eric Strucko—recently a champion of process and corruption reform—nominated Buyaki for chair. Establishment darling, Diantha McKeel, then nominated current board leader, Steve Koleszar, for another term. The vote for Buyaki was 2-5, with only Buyaki and Strucko voting “yes.” Republican” chameleons Pam Moynihan and Barbara Mouly sided with progressives Koleszar, McKeel and Ned Gallaway to seal Buyaki’s fate. The vote for Koleszar’s renewed chairmanship was a 5-2 mirror of the previous tally. Read more......

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