STOP Bahama Rock\'s Expansion West of W. J. Levarity

What if I told you that one day we may not be able to enjoy the nice snappers, or lobsters, or conch that we find in abundance today We the members of the Grand Bahama Committee for Concerned Residents are petitioning the government to stop the expansion of Bahama Rock west of the Warren J. Levarity Highway. Many issues and concerns of residents on Grand Bahama have arisen in the past few years that are having a negative affect on our Island. We must come together and take a positive stand that will not only benefit us, but our children and our children\'s children. We know that You and I are the only ones that stand between foreign investors destroying our priceless natural resources (e.g.fresh water lakes , mangroves and pine forests which help sustain us and our marine life) to make a profit and leave the island in distress when they are done. Please stand with us in this fight to conserve our home and preserve our wildlife! If you do not want your name or email address to be viewed publicly please select the remain anonymous check box below to protect your privacy. Please remember to write the name of your constituency in the Comment box, this gives power to your signature and it will not be veiwed publicly. Your Privacy is important to us.


This Petition is sponsored by the Grand Bahama Committe For Concerned Residents. Visit Our website at: Thank you for signing our online petition. We kindly ask you to help us obtain more names by adding our online petition page as a link to your MySpace, Hi5, and Facebook pages and also forwarding the link to this page to everyone in your contact list. If you do not want your name or email address to be viewed publicly please select the remain anonymous check box on the left of this page to protect your privacy. Remeber to type in your constituency in the comment box. This gives your signature power and it will not be viewed publicly. Your privacy is important to us. We thank you for taking the time to help our organization reach our goals. Sincerely, Grand Bahama Committee for Concerned Residents.



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