Thank you to to everyone who participated in Decision Day on April 12th, and for doing such an amazing job! The students handed out almost 3,000 flyers to prospective students and families and some of the residents had great conversations about the power plant with curious families.
Join us for our first communications meeting of 2014! We'll discuss how to revamp our chapter communications via mail, email, social media and more! All interests and skill levels are welcome.
WHEN: April 16th at 7pm
WHERE: Community Service Building
100 West 10th Street Wilmington, DE
FREE PARKING at the CSB Garage at 111 W. 11th Street (next to Hotel DuPont/Theatre N Garage). Bring your ticket in to the meeting to have it validated.
We're in Dover, Delaware this morning at the Wetlands Advisory Committee meeting. Unfortunately, despite our comments in favor of giving DNREC the authority to protect Delaware's most vulnerable, or "category one" non-tidal freshwater #wetlands, the committee failed to approve the recommendations.
10/27 voted against the measure, realtors, developers, Sussex County Council, town of Seaford, farm groups, DE Forestry Council & 2 legislators. We are very pleased and thankful that all state agencies, including DNREC, DelDot and DE Department of Agriculture voted in favor.
Join UD students and student groups, Newark Residents Against the Power Plant, the Delaware Sierra Club and friends on Saturdays April 12th and 19th for UD’s Delaware Decision Days.
Here at The Sierra Club we support making democracy fair and open to all. We know that the groups & individuals trying restrict open and equal access to voting are the same ones pouring unlimited amounts of money into elections to try to buy our legislators---polluting our democracy and polluting our environment go hand in hand. That's why we support same-day voter registration.