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Stand up for Tacoma — Week of Jan. 9, 2017

  Here are the meetings for this week. Please come to as many as you can. If you can only make one, come to the City Council meeting on Tuesday the 10th at 5 p.m. and demand that the City of Tacoma open an SEIS (Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement) now! Thursdays meeting is likely the only opportunity to weigh in on the sand and gravel mining operation proposed for Marine View Drive in NE Tacoma. Click here to view the official

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Tacoma’s scientists say NO LNG

Tacoma’s Scientific Community Tacoma’s scientific community is standing up and speaking out against Puget Sound Energy’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility proposed for the Port of Tacoma. The letter below was read during the public forum portion of the Tacoma City Council meeting on Tuesday, December 13, 2016. Thank you, Tacoma scientists! Thank you for standing up against PSE’s LNG facility! We have science on our side, and that means everything.              

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Fight PSE LNG this week!

  Here are the meetings for this week. Please come to as many as you can. If you can only make one, come to the City Council meeting on Tuesday the 13th at 5 p.m. and demand that the City of Tacoma open an SEIS (Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement) now! Show Up, Speak Up and Wear RED! Special Joint Meeting of Northwest Seaport Alliance Monday, December 12 11:30 a.m. Port of Seattle Chambers 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle   Tacoma City

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Send Your Health Department Letter Today!

Below is a sample letter to send to the Tacoma-Pierce County Board of Health. Let’s fill their inboxes with requests to conduct a Health Impact Assessment of the Puget Sound Energy liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility proposal. You’re also of course welcome to adapt it or to write your own letter if you prefer, but a strong show of public concern *now* is more important than individually tailored letters. Email your letter to the following board members:   Need a hand

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October UTC Letters

The deadline has passed for this action. Below is a sample letter to send to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC). You’re also of course welcome to adapt it or to write your own letter if you prefer, but a strong show of public concern *now* is more important than individually tailored letters. Keep in mind that all letters sent to the UTC are considered public comment and are posted online as public records. Email your letter to: comments@utc.wa.gov If you prefer

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