Portland City Council Hearing on Fossil Fuel Zoning Code Ordinance

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In 2016 we celebrated a huge victory when the City of Portland passed a landmark ordinance prohibiting major new fossil fuel terminals. In the three years since, Oregon courts upheld the City's constitutional right to enact the ordinance despite serious efforts by the oil industry to stop the city.

Now the City Council will hold a new hearing to resolve land use issues identified by Oregon’s Land Use Board of Appeals. With your support, the City Council will vote to reinstate the ordinance. Help us let City Council know that the people of Portland still say no to fossil fuel expansion!

Let’s come together and share our voices, combining our strengths to let industry know that we don’t want any more expansions of oil terminals.

Please wear RED to demonstrate our unity and strength.

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WHEN
November 20, 2019 at 2pm - 4pm
WHERE
Portland City Hall Council Chambers
1221 SW 4th Ave
Council Chambers, 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97204
United States
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