Tuesday, July 12, 2016

David Cobb!! Thu (Endicott) + EMERG. CALL Wed: Stop the Stink Trucks (tomorrow)!

There are TWO important events listed below:

1: "Stop the Stink Trucks" Emergency Conference call Wed 7pm (tomorrow)
2: Move to Amend's David Cobb in Endicott Thu evening 7pm

Event #1: You may know that since 2011, 80,000 of highly toxic landfill leachate are being trucked into Endicott each day, minimally processed, then dumped into the Susquehanna River. We are now 1/2 way through a 30 day comment periods. This program was done IN SECRET by the DEC, and now this will soon be legalized, unless we can stop it.

We have an Emergency Conference Call coming up on Wednesday, (tomorrow) with Rachel Treichler, esq., and Professor of Chemistry from SUNY Oneonta Dr. Ron Bishop. The call will be: Wednesday July 13, 7pm., Dial-in Number: (712) 432-0075, PIN: 129056 Please help get the word out!

The Concerned Citizens of Endicott have 15 Demands.
FB event:  https://facebook.com/events/1062010573882017

Document collection, including the Application, SEQR negative declaration, draft permit, and public notice here:


Please come hear former Green Party Candidate for President David Cobb Thursday Night July 14 at 7pm at Mark's Cafe, 1412 North St., Endicott!! Free event (outdoors) unless it rains.


He's a member of the National Leadership Team  for the Move to Amend organization, which was formed in response to the Citizens United case.

The issues are:
  • Are corporations people? Protected by Constitutional Rights?
  • Is money the same thing as speech?
  • How does this relate to elections?
  • Should wealthy corporations be allowed to spend unlimited amounts of money to influence elections?
David will likely connect this to fracking, the IBM chemical spill, and now leachate dumping. Please come if you can! (free)

David will be speaking on WNBF with Bob Joseph, 1290 AM
at 9:45 Thursday Morning.


Bill Huston & Mark Bacon
Steering Committee, Concerned Cittizens of Endicott

May you, and all beings
be happy and free from suffering :)
-- ancient Buddhist Prayer (Metta)

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