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Protect Greeley's People, Water, & Land
from Drilling & Fracking

Tell the City Council to stop the new project
at Sheep Draw

Please Scroll down to send your message now, and attend the City Council meeting:

6:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 3
Council Chambers-Lincoln Park Annex Bldg.
917 7th St, Greeley, CO 80631

The Greeley Planning Commission has approved 18 new wells to be drilled and fracked near Northridge High School along the Sheep Draw trail.  We are very concerned about the impacts that toxic emissions and spills could have on the students as well as nearby neighborhoods and the watershed.

Please use and share this alert page to ask the Council to reconsider the drilling plan and protect public health, quality of life, and wetland habitats.  Personalizing your message will more than double its effectiveness.

Thank you for taking the time to stand up for clean air, water, and land in Greeley.

 

Recipients

  • Mayor Tom Norton
  • Council Member - Ward 1 Charles Archibeque
  • Council Member - At-Large Robb Casseday
  • Council Member - At-Large Sandi Elder
  • Mayor Pro Tem - Ward 3 John Gates
  • Council Member - Ward 4 Michael Finn

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Message

Protect Greeley from Drilling Impacts

Dear [Decision Maker],

Please reject the proposal for the massive expansion of oil and gas activity next to Northridge High School.
 




The City government needs to take a more active role in responsible planning. Please exercise leadership to avoid oil and gas development in incompatible areas, and to require all operators to meet strong city standards to mitigate toxic emissions and other by-products of this heavy industry through state-of-the-art technologies and best practices. The time has come for greater balance in Greeley's oil and gas policies.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

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