−Van Etten Town Board Meeting7:00 pm – 10:00 pm+7:00 pmVan Etten Town Board Meeting
−Ongoing Peaceful Curbside Protest10:00 am – 6:00 pm
In front of Avon DEC office
Rts 5 and 20, Avon, NY
Wednesdays 4 – 6pm & Saturdays 10 – 12 am
Join the vigil…bring your signs or borrow ours
(this is not a rally or a very organized action, we are simply sending our No Fracking Way Message to passers-by while maintaining a constant and relyable presence in the right-of-way lawn area of the DEC)+10:00 amOngoing Peaceful Curbside Protest
−HALT THE HARM Rally and Press Conference in Albany: Tuesday June 14, Noon2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
The Coalition to Protect New York stands in solidarity with United Against Fossil Fuels and all groups fighting the ongoing assault by destructive fossil-fuel infrastructure on communities all around our state.
Please join with our allies on Tuesday in Albany to show that we’re not fooled by talk of a “ban” when pipelines and compressor stations and fossil-fuel storage and distribution facilities are proliferating like germs, and that we say SHUT DOWN SPECTRA-AIM and all other pipelines and compressor stations, CPV VALLEY POWER PLANT and all gas-fired power plants, CRESTWOOD and all other gas storage schemes, BOMB TRAINS, and all other fossil fuel infrastructures and related industries.
NOON TUESDAY on the Million Dollar Staircase, 3rd Floor Capitol Building Albany NY.
This is from the UAFF Facebook event page:
Despite the administrative moratorium on high-volume hydraulic fracturing in New York State, we have seen an unprecedented proliferation of fracked oil and gas infrastructure development, as well as a dramatic increase in our use and dependency on fracked gas. United Against Fossil Fuels is a new coalition of over 30 grassroots, frontline, and environmental groups that has formed to stop this buildout and challenge the systemic causes of our fossil fuel dependency once and for all.
Two major projects rapidly under construction in New York, The SPECTRA-AIM PIPELINE in Westchester County and the CPV VALLEY POWER PLANT in Orange County, along with pending approvals for many other pipelines, compressor stations, power plants, and storage facilities, all demand urgent action. As a result of this infrastructure, environmental and public health harms are already underway. Our use and dependency on fracked gas and our acceptance of radioactive waste also create unacceptable harm in both New York and Pennsylvania.
The powerful anti-fracking movement must urgently re-engage; our work is not yet done. We stand on the precipice of an irreversible public health and climate change crisis. We must rebuild our movement now to stop fracking infrastructure.
Join us to DEMAND that our elected officials and state agencies immediately “HALT THE HARM”. When the health and safety of New Yorkers are at risk, Governor Cuomo has an obligation to act immediately. We demand an immediate halt to the construction of the CPV Power Plant and Spectra-Aim Pipeline. We further demand a total rejection of state approvals for ALL pending oil and gas projects. Finally, we demand that incentives for gas be removed from all state regulatory proceedings.+2:45 pmHALT THE HARM Rally and Press Conference in Albany: Tuesday June 14, Noon
−Weekly Vigil at Crestwood Plant on Seneca Lake11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Mondays 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Weekly vigil at gate of Crestwood Midstream (formerly Inergy) on Rte. 14, a couple miles north of Watkins Glen on the west (lake) side of the road.
Show your opposition to this blight upon the Finger Lakes.
Join others in saying NO to volatile gas storage, NO to all related infrastructure, NO to the despoiling of our future.+11:00 amWeekly Vigil at Crestwood Plant on Seneca Lake
−Chemung County Legislature Monthly Meeting9:00 pm – 10:00 pm+9:00 pmChemung County Legislature Monthly Meeting
−CPNY General Council Meeting, Second Tuesdays6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
General Council currently meets monthly at 6:30 p.m., second Tuesday of the month. Home base is Schuyler County Human Services Complex, 323 Owego St., Montour Falls NY, although we do move around throughout the region on occasion.
Members in good standing of all CPNY affiliate and ally groups (see our “Affiliated Groups” page) are welcome to attend our General Council meetings. If you are not on our list serve, please ask to be included by writing email@example.com, and you’ll receive agendas and minutes from the last meeting.+6:30 pmCPNY General Council Meeting, Second Tuesdays
−Caroline Town Council Monthly Business Meeting – 2nd Tuesdays7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
An opportunity is provided at the beginning of each regular monthly business meeting for residents to address questions, desires, or concerns to the Town Board. Agenda meetings are held on the 1st Tuesdays.
Residents may also contact individual Board members at the following phone numbers:
Don Barber, Town Supervisor
Dominic Frongillo, Deputy Supervisor
(607) 539-6856+7:00 pmCaroline Town Council Monthly Business Meeting – 2nd Tuesdays
−Richford Town Board Meeting — 2nd Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.7:00 pm – 9:30 pmTown Board Meets: 2nd Tuesday,
7PM, Town Hall, 7 Bowery Lane
“Open Public Meeting”Supervisor
- Martin Wilcox,———–657-8295
- Beverly Brown,———-(607) 201-2738
- Ricky Brown,————-(607) 201-2738
- Cyndi Herrick,———–657-8659
- Ken Miller,—————-657-2789
- Judith Thurston————–657-8090
- Tues., Wed. and Thurs 7-9pm.
- Town Hall, 7 Bowery Lane.
Fax, answering machine:
e-mail:+7:00 pmRichford Town Board Meeting — 2nd Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.
- Leave a message.———657-8090
−Town of Spencer Board Meeting7:00 pm – 10:00 pm+7:00 pmTown of Spencer Board Meeting
−Town of Tioga (Tioga County) Town Board Meeting – 2nd Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.7:00 pm – 9:30 pm+7:00 pmTown of Tioga (Tioga County) Town Board Meeting – 2nd Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.