Call to Action
"Freedom Isn't Free", but ours is apparently for sale. So, if you have $1000 to invest, and if having a fracking-friendly mayor for the City of Pittsburgh is worth big bucks to you, get yourself to the Airport on April 18, and hand your money to the Jack Wagner campaign.
|Wagner Marcellus fundraiser Invite.pdf||548.67 KB|
We've endured the manufactured media event that was Allegheny County's "public hearing" on airport fracking. There are two more opportunities to show your commitment:
- Send written comments to Allegheny County Council by 5pm, Friday, Feb. 15
- Attend the meeting of the "Public Works Committee" of Council: (Thurs., Feb. 14, 4:30pm, 'Conference Rm 1' at County Courthouse)
Check the 'comments' to this item, if you're looking for possible talking points for Thursday's meeting.
ACTION ALERT - Contact County Executive Rich Fitzgerald & the Allegheny County Council
Click here for full details and contact information for your elected officials.
|Details on airport fracking||308.9 KB|
|Sample Letter (for Elected County Officials)||79.67 KB|
|One-page flyer - for you to distribute||178.04 KB|
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