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Re: A letter from Blair Beekman. Monday October 3, 2016. Letter #27a. _____________________ The League of California Cities. The LOCC, Resolution Process. Awareness Ideas, for Bicycle and Pedestrian Fatalities. With possible use of technology, from the Vision Zero Program.

From: domainremoved <bob>
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2016 15:25:56 -0700

> Dear city government of San Jose, the League of California Cities,
> local governments, agencies, advocacy groups, union, media groups, Bay Area
> UASI, and others,
>
>
> I think the ideas of public oversight, transparency, and
> accountability, have a very sustainable idea, for the future of this
> country. I think the positive, good ideas of democracy, and the u.s.
> constitution, can offer some very good guidelines, in how to talk about
> technology, in the future.
>
> With the League of California Cities, annual business meeting
> coming up, beginning this Wednesday, October 5, 2016. I thought I would
> offer, below, the ACLU ideas, for better guidelines, in how technology can
> be introduced and maintained, in the future of local communities, of this
> country.
>
> I think the county of Santa Clara County, working with these ACLU
> ideas, has helped defined the future direction of this country. And with
> the ideas and thinking, that I feel, allows this country, to be able to
> continue.
>
> Sincerely,
> Blair Beekman
>
>
>
> www.aclunc.org/smartaboutsurveillance. This website offers, the
> Community Safety Ordinance, that was eventually used, by the county of
> Santa Clara. If the word, 'ordinance', leaves you a bit worried, it can be
> read, to simply offer, a set of basic ideas, and guidelines, in
> understanding open, healthy, and transparent ideas, for a local democracy.
>
>
> www.aclunc.org. this website offers, ideas, articles, and essays, that
> might be of interest.
>
Received on Tue Oct 04 2016 - 15:31:46 PDT

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