LA City Council To Vote Tomorrow, Friday December 14
On Resolution To Oppose Unsafe Restart of San Onofre
This is an issue that is near and dear to the hearts of many of us who have followed the events and on-going disasters at Fukushima.
1. Please call your Los Angeles City Councilmember and tell them you support the Koretz/Rosendahl resolution on San Onofre safety!
To find out who your Councilmember is, go to this link: http://lacity.org/YourGovernment/CityCouncil/index.htm Go to the bottom right hand side of the page where it says “Neighborhood Resources” and type in your address.
2. Please show up at the meeting tomorrow. It is enough to stand up and be counted, when one of the speakers tells everyone in support of the resolution to stand up. If you want to speak, you will have about a minute. The most important message you can give is that you are an LA resident, you are concerned about safety, and you support the resolution. If you are not from LA, it would be most helpful to stand up and be counted, since the Councilmembers will prioritize LA constituents.
WHEN: The council meets tomorrow, Friday, December 14 at 10 a.m. at City Hall, 200 North Spring Street. Please arrive at 9:30 to have time to go through security.
WHERE: ROOM 1010, CITY HALL, 200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012