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Petition statement to be delivered to Vallejo City Council

The Vallejo City Council must fix and certify the EIR on the Orcem Cement Mill project

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The Vallejo City Council must fix and certify the EIR on the Orcem Cement Mill project

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Petition Statement

We can allow the angry mob to shape the direction of our City or we can act now and let the Council know that there are 120,000 people in Vallejo and we will not allow bullies, who make up a fraction of our community, intimidate our citizens and leaders by spreading lies about the project. Tell the Council we want: Facts not Fear, We have your Back and direct staff to fix and certify the EIR
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Petition Background

Only by asking the City Council to direct staff to fix and certify the EIR can we have those facts, ensuring they are making the right decision for all of the citizens, not just a vocal few!

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