Agenda for Sept. 20, 2018

CREATE Agenda 9.20.18, 6pm Blue Scorcher Bakery and Cafe Introductions – 5 min Announcements - 5 Leadership of CREATE - 10 Fossil Fuel Updates (in order of proximity) - 25 Kalama Methanol – comment period expected soon Port Westward – Waterside/Next Energy proposal for new biorefinery/LPG project Rezoning Farmland at Port Westward – LUBA Hearing …

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Our September CREATE meeting is just a week away!

Be at the Blue Scorcher on Thursday, September 20 at 6pm!   We’ll hear from Dan Serres about what’s going on at Port Westward, about the supplemental environmental impact statement expected next month on the methanol proposal in Kalama, and about potential oil-by-rail legislation next year.     Then we’ll want to hear from each …

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News about Call to Life, Pesticides & Clean Energy Jobs Bill

From Nancy Cook: Hello good leaders in stewardship, conservation, sustainability, local food, and environmental justice.  You are receiving this email because we believe your organization is part of the solution in our community's task to combat climate change and related species extinction.  Hence, we invite you to play a role in a free community event at the Liberty Theater.   On Friday …

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CREATE AGENDA, THURSDAY, 1/18, AT 6 PM, BLUE SCORCHER, ASTORIA

Meet and Greet Opening Remarks/Introductions Dan Serres – Fossil Fuel Updates: Oil – Thank you to Port, City of Astoria Coal Methanol Offshore Drilling: CREATE-ors willing to attend February 6 public meeting in Salem LNG Update: Pacific Connector Oregon Legislature: Oil Train Bill Clean Energy Jobs Rep. Boone retiring Discussion – What else should we …

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Great news about the Millennium Coal monster

State Denies Key Water Quality Permit for Longview Coal Project Largest coal export terminal in North America not moving forward Longview, Washington – The Washington Department of Ecology denied a necessary water quality permit for the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal export facility in Longview today, citing the project’s negative impacts on climate, clean air …

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