NapaVision 2050

PLAYING WITH FIRE Is Napa County Ignoring Forestry and State Road Standards for Fire Safety?

NapaVision 2020: PLAYING WITH FIRE:  Is Napa County Ignoring Forestry and State Road Standards for Fire Safety? Is Napa taking a cue from Sonoma County’s thrice failed attempts to get fire safe road exemption? Lives are more important than development. How much did the last fires cost us?  An Editorial California faces moratorium on county […]

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NapaVision 2050:💧Water Studies Everywhere…Not A Drop to Drink ?💧

NapaVision 2050:💧Water Studies Everywhere…Not A Drop to Drink ?💧 View this email in your browser Eyes on Napa – June 23, 2020 This week we are publishing a report by Daniel Mufson, Ph.D., addressing a concern in our county: water security. Dan served as president of Napa Vision 2050 for four years and remains a board member.

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NAPA: Fire Danger: County approves more winery projects on narrow, winding, remote roads.

Same issues in Sonoma County…. Take Action  Call for NO visitations and tastings at existing remote winery locations on ALL HIGH Fire Danger Days Write to your board of supervisors and planning commissioners Fire Danger: County approves more winery projects on narrow, winding, remote roads. Eyes on Napa – June 15, 2020 Rough Roads Ahead Immoral

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NapaVision 2050: Napa Has No Climate Action Plan. Why Not?

Napa Has No Climate Action Plan. Why Not? It’s Getting HOT in Here We Are In a Climate Emergency  Napa County: Still, No Climate Action Plan. Napa County has no plan in place to reduce carbon emissions to Zero by 2030. Why not? We will be asking a number of people in the County about this and other

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NapaVision 2050: A Time to Speak, A Time to Listen

We must acknowledge what is happening to Latinos in our community. A recent objection by the Napa County Farm Bureau to the Governor’s executive order to extend Worker’s Compensation benefits to farmworkers who contract Covid-19, deemed essential workers, appears to ignore the fact that these are the men and women of the vineyards who do the work

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NapaNision 2050: What Happened at this week’s BOS/Planning Commission (Long Overdue) Joint Meeting

What Happened at this week’s  BOS/Planning Commission (Long Overdue) Joint Meeting  On May 19, the Board of Supervisors and the Planning Commissioners met for the first joint meeting since March 10, 2015. Click here for the Napa Register article. A list of planning topics was discussed. These are some of those issues that you need to

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