Friday, October 19, 2012

Ride the Bus for an Override

Next month, join local community activists as they rally throughout the state in support of a bill that would ban fracking waste.

Last month, Governor Christie vetoed A575 which would keep hazardous fracking waste from being processed (many times inefficiently) in New Jersey facilities.

Environmental groups from across the state are asking you to RIDE the BUS to the offices of legislators throughout the region and show your support for an override of the Governor's veto.

Here is the schedule of the day (SUBJECT TO CHANGE/Space limited)

Meet at the Exit 98 Rest Stop at 8:15 am to board the bus and be on the road by 8:30. 

1st Stop: Forked River, District 9 Office, 9-9:45
620 Lacey Rd, Forked River, NJ 08731

2nd Stop: Brick, Senator Holzapfel, 10:30- 11:15
852 Highway 70, Brick, NJ

3rd Stop: Jackson, Senator Singer and Assemblyman Dancer, 12:00- 12:45
2110 West County Line Road, Jackson, NJ

Lunch in Red Bank at 1:30 pm

4th Stop: Red Bank, Assembly Representatives OScanlon and Casagrande, 2:45- 3:30
32 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ

5th Stop: Middletown,Assemblywoman Handlin, 4:00-4:30
890 Main Street, Belford, NJ

Return to Exit 98 Rest Stop by 5:15

Sign Up to Ride the Bus or RSVP for one of the stops now to help protect New Jersey's drinking water from the effects of harmful pollution from fracking waste!

For more information and to find out the specific date, email or call 732-872-0111

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