“Autumn burned brightly, a running flame through the mountains, a torch flung to the trees.” — Faith Baldwin
Join us this Wednesday for our next Water Watch Wednesdays at 6pm
September 23, 2020: Radioactive brine on the roads in Ashtabula? Teresa Mills of CHEJ (CHEJ.org) explains what it is, where it is being spread, what are folks doing around Ohio and how residents can get involved.
For registration and access – keep an eye on facebook pages for League of Women Voters Ashtabula and Ashtabula County District Library
September 29th and 30th at 6:30 pm: Candidate nights presented by Ashtabula League of Women Voters via Zoom. These will be recorded so you may access at a later time, as well.
Check out the agenda for both nights to find out who is speaking at what time. The event will be live streamed, recorded and available on the sponsors social media pages. Zoom will be available to the first 100 participants and the link will be posted closer to the event .If you have questions for the candidates, please send them to AskUs@acdl.info by September 25.
Check out the League’s voter resource page: Vote411.org
Updates on League of Women Voters FB page and Ashtabula Public Library: https://www.facebook.com/LWVAshtabulaCo
This is your chance to ask the candidates questions regarding the environment and their personal commitment to the health of residents and ecosystems!
September 30, 2020: Injection Wells in Ashtabula County with Dr. Ted Auch of FracTracker (fractracker.org). Dr. Auch continues to map, photograph and collect data on unconventional energy and has written numerous articles, books and publications on the process of hydraulic fracturing (fracking), its components, compelling arguments how it is failing and how communities have the right to know this information.
Looking forward to seeing you soon! Please check out our website for more information and to view previous Water Watch Wednesday episodes!
Please donate to ACWW Go Fund Me – to help with lawyer fees to appeal the new EPA air permit granted to Petmin in July, 2020. Go to: gf.me/u/yrd3sb
“I see … the turning of a leaf dancing in an autumn sun, and brilliant shades of crimson glowing when a day is done.” — Mattie Elliott