Dear Friends and Supporters,
Protect PT will be holding a rally to motivate our local government to reverse their decision on implementing the Mineral Extraction Overlay in their final draft. While we recognize that state law requires the township must allow for unconventional gas development, we would urge the commissioners to consider the consequences of permitting a heavy industrial activity in over 60% of the township. The industrial zone exists for just such purpose. We encourage them to vote No To The MEO and recognize that the constitutional rights of the people should be of the highest priority in their ordinance.
This is a turning point for our community and we need your help!
Please join us on Wednesday, April 13th from 3-7pm to broaden public awareness of this campaign. We will be meeting at 3pm in the municipal parking lot. Please RSVP to help out at the rally by clicking here. This will allow us to plan flyer distribution and transportation to and from the rally point.
HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
Sign the petition and share it with your friends on social media.
Temporarily change your Facebook profile pic. Click here to view the image, right click and chose "Save to Downloads". Then from the download folder on your computer you can access the image and change your facebook profile pic for a week to help get the word out about our message.
After your profile pic is changed, please give a short CALL TO ACTION post to your friends on facebook, share the website, and get the word out to local facebook groups and pages.
Sign up to help canvass here.
Get a sign! We will have a limited number of signs and want them to be posted on main routes. Click here to order a sign.
Help with the rally! We will host a rally on April 13th from 3-7pm. Click here to register. Instructions on time and place will be given the day before the rally by email or phone call.
CALL TO ACTION
“Hello PT Friends,
Penn Township is in the process of finalizing an ordinance that uses an overlay district called the MEO (Mineral Extraction Overlay District) to allow for high volume hydraulic fracturing, a heavy industrial activity, to occur in over 60% of the township. Go to www.SayNoMEO.org and sign the petition to keep heavy industrial activity in industrial zones ONLY and away from our neighborhoods, homes, schools, daycares, and recreational areas."