The ranks of residents actively supporting the effort to shut down the are snowballing dramatically. Despite what some of our opponents have stated, this is much bigger than BBR and now is well beyond the NoPowerPlant.com group.
Since Tuesday's Council meeting, where any meaningful action against the power plant was again stalled (and in the case of the public vote, ), the volume of emails from new volunteers shot up. We have run out of NoPowerPlant.com lawn signs ... batch No. 2 is on order. And people are hounding us to get the initiative out as soon as possible.
We got a lot of good inputs right up to deadline (OK, we snuck some good inputs that came in after the deadline) and have sent our eighth draft to our lawyer, so he can craft the final initiative. We are shooting for final version by mid-June.
With the final push to incorporate zoning inputs complete, we are restarting our NoPowerPlant rallies tonight at 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and 190th/Herondo. A local artist, Blaise Gauba, wanted to support the effort by providing a great poster which I've included above.
We are moving forward. Thanks to all for your great support! Hope to see you at the rally tonight!