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January 6, 2016

Hundreds Attend Vancouver Oil Terminal Hearing, Make YOUR Voice heard Today!

Tesoro-Savage has proposed to build the largest oil terminal in the nation within the City of Vancouver, right on the unstable banks of the Columbia River. There is an open public comment period happening right now until Jan 22nd, please participate in our action alert today to make YOUR voice heard on this important issue.

Right now is a important time for as many people as possible to submit written comments with their concerns, the deadline for doing so is January 22nd. You can participate in our action alert today to submit written comments. Feel free to share this link with friends and encourage them to chime in as well.

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Joining forces with our Surfrider brethren across the Columbia River in Oregon, and with our partners in the Stand Up To Oil Coalition, Surfrider WA Staff and activists attended the hearing last night in Vancouver to raise concerns about the massive oil terminal that is proposed for Vancouver and the potential for catastrophic impacts to the important recreation areas along the Washington and Oregon coast when a major spill occurs. Check out some of the press coverage from the hearing. We’ve posted about this issue before, here where you can find more background on this unenlightened proposal.

Surfrider Oregon Field Manager Ryan Cruse speaks to the Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council at the hearing in Vancouver.

Surfrider Oregon Field Manager Ryan Cruse speaks to the Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council at the hearing in Vancouver.

 

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