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Attend a Public Presentation
WHEN: APRIL 4, 2016
WHERE: North Royalton Library, 5071 Wallings Road, North Royalton
TIME: 7:00 PM
- Learn about recent medical, economic and scientific studies regarding the impacts of drilling in our neighborhoods.
Joanne M. Belovich, Ph.D. Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, CSU
Susie Beiersdorfer, MS Youngstown State, BS Geology University of California
- Get updates on recent court decisions.
Broadview Hts. is OUR community and OUR home.
Let’s not wait until disaster strikes…GET EDUCATED, GET INVOLVED!
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Tuesday, Sept 4th at 7:30pm Broadview Heights City Council Meeting
City Council will vote to decide if they will allow the residents to vote in November as to whether or not further drilling for gas and oil in residental neighborhoods should continue.If City Council does not pass this, they will be stripping the residents of Broadview Heights of their democratic right to vote.
The Board of Elections validated more than the required amount of signatures necessary to place the issue on the ballot.
Show your support of this initiative by attending the City Council meeting.
BROADVIEW HEIGHTS CENTER
9543 Broadview Road, 2nd Floor
On April 30, 2012, former Pittsburgh Councilman Doug Shields addressed the City Council of Broadview Heights, Ohio, on the decision made by Pittsburgh’s City Council to ban fracking in their city. Watch the video below…
This Monday at 7:30, Council President Boldt asked all members of council to be prepared to discuss the Community Bill of Rights at this upcoming work session.
Monday, April 30, 2012 at 7:30 pm at City Council Chambers at City Hall
Join us for a City Council work session on a Bill of Rights for Broadview Heights residents to ban further drilling in our community. This Bill of Rights states that as citizens of Broadview Heights, we are entitled to clean air and water and a safe environment. We also have the right to self governance of our city.
Councilor Doug Shields, who led Pittsburgh City Council to pass the country’s first CELDF (Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund)-style rights-based ban on fracking will be discussing his experiences and offer some guidance to help our elected officials pass a Bill of Rights in Broadview Heights. Since Pittsburgh City Council passed their Bill of Rights in 2010, no more wells have been drilled in the city of Pittsburgh and to date, it has not been challenged in court.
This ordinance now rests in Council’s hands and they are trying to decide if they should vote for it or against it.
Attend this meeting to support the passage of our Bill of Rights. We have 86 wells in our community.
It is important that residents attend meetings and sessions to let the Council Members know that you are concerned about drilling in our neighborhoods.
- April 2 – Council Meeting
- April 16 – Work Session
- April 23 – Council Meeting
- April 30 – Work Session
All meetings start at 7:30 PM in Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the Broadview Heights City Hall at 9543 Broadview Road. We hope to see you!
We’ll be attending the monthly meeting of the Brecksville/Broadview Heights Democratic Club tonight, Tuesday March 27th at 7pm. If you’re available, drop by the Broadview Heights City Hall at 9543 Broadview Road; check in at the front desk before heading up to the second floor. We’d love to see you there!