Are our city officials and staff on top of the moratorium?

I want to know what you think. Send me an email or post your thoughts here.

It seems the moratorium will expire if there not on top of it.  City Council Item #25 is a request to cancel or reschedule the April 15th council meeting.  Link to item 25 staff report.

According to updated information received from our city attorney, the city must issue a report by April 22, 2014, the deadline to extend the moratorium is May 2, 2014, it requires a 10 day notice and 4/5th vote of the council.

It is very important we attend city council meetings until a satisfactory resolution of this matter is obtained and oil drilling in Carson is no longer a danger to us.

 We’ve worked too hard to allow it to slip away.

 Let City Council know the only thing that needs to expire is the Carson’s positions held by anyone who tries to block the extension of  the Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing and Ban on New Oil Drilling in the City of Carson

  Sign the No New Drilling In Populated Areas petition, ask your family and friends to sign the online petition or you can print a copy to have them sign.

2 thoughts on “Are our city officials and staff on top of the moratorium?

  1. Lori Noflin

    Given Councilman Robles’ and Councilwoman Davis-Holmes hard work on this matter I would be shocked if they did not take the necessary steps to complete this moratorium as the law requires. Councilman Robles is responsible for the Carson Toxins Task Force and a bill on this evening’s agenda calling for a statewide ban. We need to continue to give them the support need to continue to fight the good fight.

  2. Doreen

    Great post however , I was wondering if you could
    write a little more on this subject? I’d be very thankful if
    you could elaborate a little bit further. Cheers!


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