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Deborah Atwood

Dear Citizens we need your help please send this to everybody you know---please post on message boards---please blog and ask others to do the same!

The people are having their say and rights shut down in southwest Missouri and we need to let everyone know what is going on!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. We are going to get new job opportunities to southwest Missouri.

Please send us your comments so we can post to our website:

technolgypark2006@yahoo.com


www.technologypark2006.org


Technology Park turned in!

I attended the Springfield City Council on Monday August 7, 2006 and turned in 177 signatures totaling 1291 citizens’ signatures for the Technology Park Petition.
A press release went to the local Springfield press two days prior. For some reason little press was at the meeting. The Springfield News-Leader used to publish the entire City Agenda the day of in the paper. Now they just do a story the day before when “they” feel an issue is important enough for ink. Maybe we should have gotten several members of the local media to sign the petition. Would have this made it more news worthy?
Please contact Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting at: http://www.fair.org/ and ask them what they think. A media cover-up?

The cities website under agenda of the meeting says:
29. PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, AND COMMUNICATIONS.
30. Mr. Steven Reed wishes to address City Council. Mr. Reed spoke about his desire to start a technology park with an initiative petition for a sales tax. I see this as a citizen’s issue. It is not about my or Mr. Reed’s quote desires. It is about the people rights and desires.
We are a grass roots group that believes we need more job opportunities in the Springfield area. We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to. We hope to show the local, state, and nation that the people can vote on economic issues and their destiny!
A new law SB 1155 was signed by Governor on 07/08/04 which allows Springfield, and Joplin to impose a sales tax for economic development. It is a The Technology Park issue if passed would be a one year sales tax of ¼ of 1% which sunsets and ends after one year and should generate 8 to 12 million dollars to help establish the organizational structure of the Technology Park. With a yes vote of the people we will receive state and federal economic assistance just as other technology parks across the United States are.
I asked to speak but the Mayor said I was not scheduled. What I was going to say was:
I, Deborah Atwood, reside in Springfield, Missouri. I know I am not on the list to speak but I would like to say that I have helped gather the signatures and people are very passionate that we get new job opportunities in the city of Springfield. We have met people all over Springfield that would like to be able to vote on this economic issue of bringing some new technology jobs and opportunities to Springfield. I ask that you allow the citizens not only what they want, but their right to vote on their economic destinies. This is the pillar and the principle that our great nation stands on. This is my honor to impart this to you from the citizens of Springfield.

Deborah J. Atwood Springfield, Missouri

________________________________________________________________________

Please watch for the Technology Park story coming out in tomorrow’s paper:

Springfield’s Community Free Press --- http://www.cfpmidweek.com/

Please send a thank you to blangsford@cfpmidweek.com
Publisher Breck Lanngsford

________________________________________________________________________
Please send comments asking for stories to:
________________________________________________________________________
Contact a Reuters Editor
Our editors are interested in your comments. Please send us your feedback on Reuters news or photos.
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_______________________________________________________________
ky3news@ky3.com
www.ky3.com
_______________________________________________________________

If you have a news tip or a press release, please contact us at pressreleases@upi.com or newstips@upi.com http://www.upi.com/ United Press International

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Our worldwide Editorial staff is interested in hearing your comments.
_______________________________________________________________

We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to.

PLEASE LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO TO HELP KEEP THE CAMPAIGN GOING!

Power to the People---Power to the People Right On! ---John Lennon

Deborah Atwood

Dear Citizens we need your help please send this to everybody you know---please post on message boards---please blog and ask others to do the same!

The people are having their say and rights shut down in southwest Missouri and we need to let everyone know what is going on!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. We are going to get new job opportunities to southwest Missouri.

Please send us your comments so we can post to our website:

technolgypark2006@yahoo.com


www.technologypark2006.org


Technology Park turned in!

I attended the Springfield City Council on Monday August 7, 2006 and turned in 177 signatures totaling 1291 citizens’ signatures for the Technology Park Petition.
A press release went to the local Springfield press two days prior. For some reason little press was at the meeting. The Springfield News-Leader used to publish the entire City Agenda the day of in the paper. Now they just do a story the day before when “they” feel an issue is important enough for ink. Maybe we should have gotten several members of the local media to sign the petition. Would have this made it more news worthy?
Please contact Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting at: http://www.fair.org/ and ask them what they think. A media cover-up?

The cities website under agenda of the meeting says:
29. PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, AND COMMUNICATIONS.
30. Mr. Steven Reed wishes to address City Council. Mr. Reed spoke about his desire to start a technology park with an initiative petition for a sales tax. I see this as a citizen’s issue. It is not about my or Mr. Reed’s quote desires. It is about the people rights and desires.
We are a grass roots group that believes we need more job opportunities in the Springfield area. We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to. We hope to show the local, state, and nation that the people can vote on economic issues and their destiny!
A new law SB 1155 was signed by Governor on 07/08/04 which allows Springfield, and Joplin to impose a sales tax for economic development. It is a The Technology Park issue if passed would be a one year sales tax of ¼ of 1% which sunsets and ends after one year and should generate 8 to 12 million dollars to help establish the organizational structure of the Technology Park. With a yes vote of the people we will receive state and federal economic assistance just as other technology parks across the United States are.
I asked to speak but the Mayor said I was not scheduled. What I was going to say was:
I, Deborah Atwood, reside in Springfield, Missouri. I know I am not on the list to speak but I would like to say that I have helped gather the signatures and people are very passionate that we get new job opportunities in the city of Springfield. We have met people all over Springfield that would like to be able to vote on this economic issue of bringing some new technology jobs and opportunities to Springfield. I ask that you allow the citizens not only what they want, but their right to vote on their economic destinies. This is the pillar and the principle that our great nation stands on. This is my honor to impart this to you from the citizens of Springfield.

Deborah J. Atwood Springfield, Missouri

________________________________________________________________________

Please watch for the Technology Park story coming out in tomorrow’s paper:

Springfield’s Community Free Press --- http://www.cfpmidweek.com/

Please send a thank you to blangsford@cfpmidweek.com
Publisher Breck Lanngsford

________________________________________________________________________
Please send comments asking for stories to:
________________________________________________________________________
Contact a Reuters Editor
Our editors are interested in your comments. Please send us your feedback on Reuters news or photos.
http://today.reuters.com/HelpAndInfo/ContactUs.aspx
_______________________________________________________________
ky3news@ky3.com
www.ky3.com
_______________________________________________________________

If you have a news tip or a press release, please contact us at pressreleases@upi.com or newstips@upi.com http://www.upi.com/ United Press International

Editorial Staff
Our worldwide Editorial staff is interested in hearing your comments.
_______________________________________________________________

We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to.

PLEASE LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO TO HELP KEEP THE CAMPAIGN GOING!

Power to the People---Power to the People Right On! ---John Lennon

Deborah Atwood

Dear Citizens we need your help please send this to everybody you know---please post on message boards---please blog and ask others to do the same!

The people are having their say and rights shut down in southwest Missouri and we need to let everyone know what is going on!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. We are going to get new job opportunities to southwest Missouri.

Please send us your comments so we can post to our website:

technolgypark2006@yahoo.com


www.technologypark2006.org


Technology Park turned in!

I attended the Springfield City Council on Monday August 7, 2006 and turned in 177 signatures totaling 1291 citizens’ signatures for the Technology Park Petition.
A press release went to the local Springfield press two days prior. For some reason little press was at the meeting. The Springfield News-Leader used to publish the entire City Agenda the day of in the paper. Now they just do a story the day before when “they” feel an issue is important enough for ink. Maybe we should have gotten several members of the local media to sign the petition. Would have this made it more news worthy?
Please contact Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting at: http://www.fair.org/ and ask them what they think. A media cover-up?

The cities website under agenda of the meeting says:
29. PETITIONS, REMONSTRANCES, AND COMMUNICATIONS.
30. Mr. Steven Reed wishes to address City Council. Mr. Reed spoke about his desire to start a technology park with an initiative petition for a sales tax. I see this as a citizen’s issue. It is not about my or Mr. Reed’s quote desires. It is about the people rights and desires.
We are a grass roots group that believes we need more job opportunities in the Springfield area. We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to. We hope to show the local, state, and nation that the people can vote on economic issues and their destiny!
A new law SB 1155 was signed by Governor on 07/08/04 which allows Springfield, and Joplin to impose a sales tax for economic development. It is a The Technology Park issue if passed would be a one year sales tax of ¼ of 1% which sunsets and ends after one year and should generate 8 to 12 million dollars to help establish the organizational structure of the Technology Park. With a yes vote of the people we will receive state and federal economic assistance just as other technology parks across the United States are.
I asked to speak but the Mayor said I was not scheduled. What I was going to say was:
I, Deborah Atwood, reside in Springfield, Missouri. I know I am not on the list to speak but I would like to say that I have helped gather the signatures and people are very passionate that we get new job opportunities in the city of Springfield. We have met people all over Springfield that would like to be able to vote on this economic issue of bringing some new technology jobs and opportunities to Springfield. I ask that you allow the citizens not only what they want, but their right to vote on their economic destinies. This is the pillar and the principle that our great nation stands on. This is my honor to impart this to you from the citizens of Springfield.

Deborah J. Atwood Springfield, Missouri

________________________________________________________________________

Please watch for the Technology Park story coming out in tomorrow’s paper:

Springfield’s Community Free Press --- http://www.cfpmidweek.com/

Please send a thank you to blangsford@cfpmidweek.com
Publisher Breck Lanngsford

________________________________________________________________________
Please send comments asking for stories to:
________________________________________________________________________
Contact a Reuters Editor
Our editors are interested in your comments. Please send us your feedback on Reuters news or photos.
http://today.reuters.com/HelpAndInfo/ContactUs.aspx
_______________________________________________________________
ky3news@ky3.com
www.ky3.com
_______________________________________________________________

If you have a news tip or a press release, please contact us at pressreleases@upi.com or newstips@upi.com http://www.upi.com/ United Press International

Editorial Staff
Our worldwide Editorial staff is interested in hearing your comments.
_______________________________________________________________

We ask people to look at the website www.technologypark2006.org and look at examples of some of the 600 technology parks worldwide and let us know of what kind of companies’ people would like to see and help with the business plan it they want to.

PLEASE LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO TO HELP KEEP THE CAMPAIGN GOING!

Power to the People---Power to the People Right On! ---John Lennon

Steven Reed

I need your help. Will you consider putting a comment on the News-Leader blog
and asking others to do the same.

This is the link:

http://ozarksnow.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070409/BLOGS06/70409013/-1/BLOGS06


People can find it on the website just a little ways down!

www.reedforcouncil.com


From home page:

Major Breaking News

Lawlessness in Springfield Missouri!

Where is Matt Dillon when we need him?

We could also use Jimmy Carter to oversee and make sure we have Free, Fair and Open Elections!


A Lawsuit was filed at 12:57 pm on 04/06/07 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI contesting the Mayor election of April 3, 2007 for Springfield Missouri and asking for a new election:

A summons was delivered to Brenda Cirtin, City Clerk at 1:42 pm.

Please read the entire Civil Petition by clicking below and note the examples showing that apparently Springfield is the only city in Missouri that does not allow write in candidates

Click Here:

Click here to read the EMERGENCY REQUEST FOR COURT ORDERED INJUNCTION

Thank you Steven Reed

Click here to add your comment on a news blog!

THANKS

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