We wanted to send you a short update on the City’s commendable work to defend the Clear Skies Ordinance, as well as a reminder about the upcoming opportunity to be part of a “group buy” for solar power.
First—coming up this Thurs. evening is the meeting about solar power. Info below!
Reminder: Informational Meeting
Save $250 - $350 with group purchase!
Don’t miss your chance for this time limited opportunity!
Solar panels, heat pumps, heat pump hot water heaters.
What: Informational Meeting
When: this Thurs. March 18th at 7PM
Where: South Portland High School cafeteria (use new main entrance/Nelson Rd.)
For Whom: Anyone - not limited to residents and small businesses of South Portland.
Go Green. There is no Planet B.
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On March 2nd, following careful research and deliberation, the South Portland City Council unanimously voted to hire the Boston law firm of Foley Hoag to defend the Clear Skies Ordinance, now being challenged by the oil industry. Please join us in thanking the councilors for their on-going support of the ordinance by clicking on each councilor's name below, (in which the following letter will appear), signing your name, and sending.
I want to express my appreciation for all you’ve done to support and protect the Clear Skies Ordinance. Thank you for choosing to hire a fine law firm to defend the choice our city has made. Your integrity in this entire process is of great value.
- Meg Braley and the Protect South Portland Team