Bring your attitude and show up to SHUT DOWN LINE 5!
Petoskey Middle School 801 Northmen Dr, Petoskey, MI 49770 9am Monday June 12th
If you want to use official channels to make a 3-minute statement you will be required to complete a Public Appearance Card before the public comment portion of the meeting. Cards will be available at the meeting.
Line 5. We all know the 63 year old oil pipeline that runs beneath the Straits of Mackinaw. (Well, most of us. More and more each day.)
We all know how this line is operated by Enbridge, the same company that let nearly one million gallons of oil spill into the Kalamazoo River. We all want Line 5 shut down. This is the summer we turn up the heat; beginning March 13th at noon.
Show up and demand or support a decision for the immediate shut down of line 5! The rally will begin at noon, the meeting begins at 1:30.
WEAR BLUE!!! – Wear blue clothing in support of a healthy Great Lakes Basin!
The meeting will be held at 7109 West Saginaw Highway Lansing, Mi in the Lake Michigan Room.
Previous agendas and meeting minutes can be found here
Want to speak during the meeting? Email email@example.com to register for the public comment session. Check out FLOW‘s new fact sheet for some ideas. Even if you can’t or don’t want to speak during the meeting, showing up and holding a sign outside will help, and let’s pack the meeting hall with people dressed in blue as a show of solidarity for clean water!
Thanks to models from the Graham Sustainability Institute at University of Michigan, we know what a Line 5 spill would look like. Devastating. Watch below:
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