You can’t drive in the new Uptown Normal, you have to park in a garage and walk.
Almost every new building is retail on the first floor and apartments above.
The Town of Normal is spending over 20,000 for a feasibility study of a grocery store in Uptown.
The train station has no place to drop off passengers, again – park and walk.
The Mayor is promoting bike paths on the major streets in Bloomington-Normal.
The citizens vote to aggregate electricity for cheaper rates resulted in the Town contracting for only green technology. Without subsidies from your tax dollars, green energy is much more expensive to produce. Congrats citizens!
Chris Koos signed the Mayors Climate Protection Agreement to reduce greenhouse gases to 7% below 1990 levels. Where did this agreement originate?
As structured in the negotiations completed in 1997, this treaty would commit the United States — if it were to ratify the Protocol — to a target of reducing greenhouse gases by 7% below 1990 levels during a “commitment period” between 2008-2012. Because of the fact that “sinks,” which remove and store carbon from the atmosphere, are counted and because of other provisions discussed in this report, the actual reduction of emissions within the United States that would be required to meet the target was estimated to be lower than 7%.
The United States Congress refused to sign the Kyoto Protocol treaty, so the United Nations took their efforts directly to local government. The citizens of Normal have been paying for Chris Koos to attend conferences on climate change and Global Warming. The point of these conferences is to restrict your rights and the rights of property owners. So far, rebuilding Uptown Normal has cost you $80 million and you can’t drive there. Real estate taxes have skyrocketed.
What do climate alarmists really want?
“A massive campaign must be launched to de-develop the United States. De-development means bringing our economic system (especially patterns of consumption) into line with the realities of ecology and the world resource situation.” Paul Ehrlich, Anne Ehrlich, and John Holdren (1970)
John Holdren is currently the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and President Obama’s top science officer.
The US government is calling for an 83 percent emission reduction by 2050, equal to the level of per person emissions in 1870.
Citizens of Normal: A vote to re-elect Chris Koos the Mayor of Normal is a vote for self destruction. He will continue to spending your money to comply with the UN hoax to re-distribute America’s wealth.
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