0:06 Public Outreach Report, Winter 2012
27:12 Public Comment 1 - Beverly Lane
28:43 Public Comment 2 - Anna Ruez
31:12 Public Comment 3 - Janet
32:50 Public Comment 4 - Charles Steiner
35:04 Public Comment 5 - Don Ball
36:33 Public Comment 6 - Marilyn Singleton
38:23 Public Comment 7 - David Miller
40:16 Public Comment 8 - Judy Galay
42:28 Public Comment 9 - Susanne
43:26 Public Comment 10 - Phil Ginsberg
45:51 Public Comment 11 - Jim Bennett
48:22 Public Comment 12 - Doug Buchwald
50:51 Public Comment 13 - Rob Haggey
53:08 Public Comment 14 - Leslie Tazinnie
54:48 Public Comment 15 - Charles Cagnon
57:06 Public Comment 16 - Vince
59:10 Public Comment 17 - Robert Doyle
1:01:03 Public Comment 18 - Katherine Jones
1:02:26 Public Comment 19 - Dan Brown
1:04:54 Public Comment 20 - Peter Cohen
1:07:05 Public Comment 21 - Marilyn Millender
1:09:22 Public Comment 22 - Richard Willis
1:11:59 Public Comment 23 - Pat Ferguson
1:14:49 MTC/ABAG discussion/questions
Video Produced by Steve Kemp
In April and May of 2011 One Bay Area had hosted" public input" meetings and an additional set of in January 2012 to showcase their vision and to solicit public feedback. This is one of those meetings.
Led by Heather Gass, concerned citizens were irate with this propose plan and the unfair and manipulative manor in which the meetings are conducted - known as the "Delphi Technique".
Agenda 21 is the Master Plan put forth by the United Nations in 1992 and adopted by President Bill Clinton. Agenda 21 is a green initiative which targets cars and people living outside from cities who must commute. Their goal is to develop large, congested city centers for people to reside, and provide mass transit for the city dwellers to commute to work. It also targets large parcels of land in the world, including the United States, to be redistricted to "open space land", thereby making it undevelopable.
Agenda 21 was readily adopted in California by liberal politicians, specifically in the San Francisco Bay Area, under the name "Plan Bay Area". Plan Bay Area's goal is to develop large congested downtown metro areas, with shops, stores, theaters, and mass high rise housing. They aim to get people out of their private suburban residences and cars, and warehouse them in these large metro areas. These areas will also house California's large illegal immigrant population.