We, as members of the Mobile area community, whose families live in Mobile, Prichard, Africa town, Eight Mile, Satsuma, Saraland, Chickasaw, Semmes, Wilmer, Spanish Fort, Daphne, Fairhope, and Dauphin Island, stand united and demand that our elected officials stand up and take immediate action to do whatever is necessary to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our families by stopping the proliferation and expansion of petroleum and hazardous material storage and transport by pipelines, trains, or trucks in areas that may pose ANY public health and safety risks to our drinking water supply or to the health of our creeks, streams, wetlands, and bays that are so important to our way of life.
We agree to stop this pipe line NOW.
It would be devasting to the surrounding cities to loose our water from Big Creek Lake. For information the port of Mobile is one of very few ports that a ship can take fresh water (drinking water ) from.
Quality of life, health, and future matter!
I vote for clean water and air. Is it time to change our welcome sign from ""Alabama the Beautiful" to "Tar Sands Hell"? Time to elect someone that is not in the pocket of oil polluters.
Karen Thomasjust now
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