Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Bristol Concerned Citizens presents Protecting Our Communities

Have you wondered what hydraulic fracturing involves?
Or what towns can do to protect their communities?

Bristol Concerned Citizens presents
Protecting Our Communities

Friday, February 3, 2012, at 7 p.m.
Bristol Fire Department 4350 State Route 64, Bristol, NY
Phone: 585-229-5505

A public presentation with

Jordan Kleiman, Ph.D
Associate Professor at SUNY Geneseo
in the Department of History and Co-Director of the Geneseo Food Project
“Fracking: What It Is, Where It Came From, and Why We Should Be Concerned About It.”

David Slottje, J.D.
Executive Director and Senior Attorney for the
Community Environmental Defense Council (CEDC), a 501(c) 3 public interest law firm
“Using Local Laws to Protect Health, Safety, and Community Assets: Safeguarding Community in the Face of Industrial-Scale Gas Drilling.” ~

Coffee/tea provided.
Organized and presented in conjunction with the following organizations: Bristol Concerned Citizens, Frack Free Genesee, and the Sparta Coalition.

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