Eblast2 August 27, 2018

UPDATE: Extended deadline to make calls to stop Cadiz - Friday, Aug. 31st

Dear MBCA Members and Supporters,

I have additional details on the Cadiz water-harvesting bill before the State Senate. If you haven’t already made calls to both Senator Fuller and Assemblyman Mayes there is still time: the Senate deadline to vote on the bill is midnight Friday, August 31st.  

Continue to make calls to both Senator Fuller & Assemblyman Mayes through Friday!

Please also note a corrected phone number for Senator Fuller’s Morongo Basin office, listed below. As I mentioned in the E-Blast earlier today, even if you made calls on behalf of the previous version (AB-1000), we need you to call again now in support of SB-120!

Takes less than a minute each to make phone calls to:

Assemblyman Chad Mayes 
Capitol office 916-319-2042
District office 760-346-6342

Senator Jean Fuller
Capitol office 916-651-4016

Morongo Basin office 760-228-3136 (apologies, there was a typo in the phone number listed in previous E-Blast – this is the correct number.)

Provide the staffer who answers the phone or the answering machine:

1) your name,
2) the city you live in,
3) that you (or your business/organization) support SB-120, and
4) that you urge the Senator/Assemblyman to support SB-120 to protect California from the disastrous Cadiz project.

Thanks again for taking a few minutes out of your day – to stop the horrendous Cadiz water-harvesting scheme!

 

Sincerely,
Sarah Kennington, President
Morongo Basin Conservation Association

Your 2018 MBCA Board

David Fick, Vice President                         Steve Bardwell, Treasurer 
Marina West, Recording Secretary            Pat Flanagan, Director       
Meg Foley, Director                                   Mike Lipsitz, Director
Ruth Rieman, Director                               Claudia Sall, Director
Seth Shteir, Director                                  Laraine Turk, Director

 

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