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RSVP for a hearing and protect Vancouver from coal exports!

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Over the past two weeks a thousand citizens have attended hearings to oppose a 44 million ton coal export terminal in Longview WA. 

This proposal will affect the Pacific Northwest by bringing 16 loud, polluting coal trains through the region every day. This is in addition to the 18 coal trains per day that Peabody coal wants to send through our community for a second coal terminal proposal in Bellingham, WA. These plans would cut off emergency responders from the neighborhoods they serve and clog daily commuter traffic for hours every day.

Foreign coal companies like Ambre Energy hope to make big profits by shipping coal to Asia, and they want you to suffer the costs.

You've sent messages, signed petitions, and written letters. Now is the time to stand up for our families and protect Vancouver. 

RSVP for the hearing on the proposal to build a 44 million ton coal terminal in Longview, WA, in Vancouver on October 9.

Event Details:

WHO: You, your friends, your family and neighbors

WHAT: Coal Export public hearing

WHEN: Wednesday, October 9, Rally at 4:00 p.m., Hearing from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

WHERE: Clark County Fairgrounds Event Center, 17402 NE Delfel Rd  Ridgefield, WA 98642 [Map]

From Longview: Bus leaves from south end of Kelso Target parking lot at 3 pm and returns by 9 pm.  
From Portland: Leaving from east end of Holladay Park near Lloyd Center at 12 noon,3 pm, and 5:30 pm. Look for "no coal export" signs. Also see the meet up site:   
From Hood River: Contact Peter Cornelison at  
From Vancouver: 99th Street Transit Center in Hazel Dell at the bottom of each hour between 12:30 and 5:30 pm

Questions: Contact Laura Stevens at

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