Testimony at May 2, 2019 session of City Council

Two Philadelphians—Joe Cox and Meenal Raval—spoke this week against our own municipal utility’s desires to extend their customer base for fracked gas by developing an LNG facility. You can learn more at 350philly.org/NoLNG. Watch, and/or read testimony below. Joe Cox, candidate for City Council At Large Good morning! I’m Meenal Raval.  And I’m here today to … Continue reading Testimony at May 2, 2019 session of City Council

Endorsements for May 21st Primary Election in Philadelphia

Primary elections are coming up on Tuesday, May 21! Here in Philadelphia, registered Democrats and Republicans have a chance to select candidates for City Council, Mayor, and other important races. Philadelphians can vote for five at-large candidates for City Council, in addition to a candidate to represent their own district. Since Philly is so heavily … Continue reading Endorsements for May 21st Primary Election in Philadelphia

Citizens Appeal AMS permit for SEPTA gas plant

On November 29th, 2017, Philadelphia's Air Management Services office (a division of the Department of Public Health) gave SEPTA the green light to build a fracked gas power plant in Nicetown. This is despite a packed public hearing on June 27th, hundreds of written comments opposing the plant, and requests from members of City Council … Continue reading Citizens Appeal AMS permit for SEPTA gas plant

Allies in City Council, Press Conference tomorrow

On Thursday November 30th, health professionals, residents, and environmental and social justice groups will gather at City Hall to urge Philadelphia Air Management Services (AMS) to not issue an air permit for the proposed SEPTA gas power plant. This event was planned in response to, and in support of, letters sent by Philadelphia City Councilmembers … Continue reading Allies in City Council, Press Conference tomorrow