Tell the Seattle City Council: Follow the Science, Support Dam Breaching to Stop Extinction

Seattle City Light and Seattle City Council submitted some really bad comments (delay, more process, question the science) on the draft Murray Inslee report. Read them HERE.
They write, "City Light is concerned that the life-cycle science concerning fish survival is not yet fully understood." This obfuscation and mis-information must be challenged, and that is what we intend to do Wednesday.
Let's pack the next Seattle City Council's Economic Development, Technology, and City Light Committee Meeting (the same committee that co-signed onto the comments), to tell the Council that there is no other option but to breach the dams on the Lower Snake River, to save endangered salmon and Southern Resident orca.
Are you in?

Wednesday, August 10

8:15am - inflatables and banners on the plaza outside City Hall

9:30am - Committee meeting

  • Can you be there in solidarity with salmon, tribes, orca and all salmon loving citizens? 
  • And if you can show up a little early to hold a banner or an inflatable salmon or orca to greet Councilmembers as they arrive, that would be super! 
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  • August 10, 2022 at 9:30am – 11am
  • City Hall Council Chambers
    600 Fourth Ave Floor 2
    Seattle, WA 98104
    United States
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  • Amy Morrison

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  • Amy Suzanne Morrison
    published this page in Home Calendar 2022-08-03 17:15:34 -0700