This is event is the first of many scheduled for Bradley County! The Comprehensive plan or the Agenda 21 visioning meeting as it it is called is a direct result of the United Nations/ICLEI plan that is sweeping the nation! In every county in the United States the comprehensive plans are being unfolded!
I am encouraged recently by proposed legislation by State Representative Kevin Brooks that if passed will put an immediate stop to this comprehensive plan and cut the head of the snake off!
Even as our State Legislators are saying “no” the powers that be are continuing to move forward regardless of the law or the will of the people! This circumvention of the people is purposeful and is taught as a subversive technique in planning circles!
This growth plan is expected to cost arguably around 10 billion dollars or more with 10 to 20 new schools to be built! Where does this money come from? Our local economy is shot! We have no money! We are floating 10 to 20 year bonds with high interest rates as is just to pay for a road a manufacturer could have built on their own!
This expensive plan will be paid for by you! In the form of some kind of tax, probably a huge increase in property taxes! There is no way around it! YOU will have to pay for it and our way of life will be changed forever!
I will be curious to see if State Representative Kevin Brooks will be at this Agenda 21 Visioning meeting in light of his recent proposed legislation.
Will be interesting to see how many of our elected officials will be there! Oh well, the beat goes on! Register and sign up and attend and ask the right questions! Do your own research then make your own decisions to see if this is something you want to pay for!
The City of Cleveland, Bradley County, and City of Charleston
Public Kick-Off for the Comprehensive Plans
A hands-on community forum to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats the cities and counties must prepare for in the coming decades.
Monday, January 30, 2011
7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Museum Center at 5ive Points
200 Inman Street East
Cleveland, Tennessee 37311
Join your neighbors at the Museum at Five Points to hear about the process we will be using to establish comprehensive plans and spend time working together to identify what is important and what the best ways to manage community resources will be for a successful future.
There will be a brief presentation about why the communities are doing comprehensive plans, and what benefits the plans will provide. The presentation will be followed by a hands-on mapping activity. Your participation is very important and essential to this process. Please ask your neighbors and friends to join us.
Please RSVP by selecting a ticket by Friday January 28, 2011 at
Or call 423-479-1913
We would like to know how many people to except so if you can RSVP we appreciate your help. We will have additional seating avalible at the event for individuals unable to RSVP before hand. Additional participation events will be held over the next 9-months.