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How You Can Help

#1 Sign the No Power Plant Initiative
Go to www.nopowerplant.com for time/locations

#2 Support BBR
Help BBR continue to educate the community about the need to retire the power plant.

Checks may be mailed to:
Building a Better Redondo Hqs.
602-B S. Broadway, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

To comply with the law, we must ask for your name, address,
employer/ occupation for donations over $100.00

Thanks for your contribution!

#3 Send a letter
(or a postcard) to:

Elected State Officials

Joanna Jensen
State Water Board
1001 I Street, 15th Floor
Sacramento CA, 95814

Assemblymember Betsy Butler
State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0053

Senator Ted Lieu
State Capitol, Room 4090
Sacramento, CA 95814

Local South Bay Government

Redondo Beach City Officials
See column at right for your Councilperson's email

Hermosa Beach City Officials - HB here

Manhattan Beach City Officials - MB here

Local Press

DBreeze 300 words or less - others 250 words or less: Email is fine

The Daily Breeze
The Easy Reader
The Beach Reporter
Redondo Beach Patch

#4 Be Involved and Get Educated

-- Help gather SIGNATURES with No Power Plant volunteers. Go to www.nopowerplant.com for more information on how you can help the campaign directly. Your help is needed now more than ever.
Quick Link to No Power Plant Help Gather SIgnatures webpage here

-- BOOKMARK www.nopowerplant.com to stay informed on the latest facts about the effort. Being smart on the issue is key - people need to know the facts to make an informed decision.

-- Attend BBR Events - Check the homepage for the latest
-- Join our NPP friends: Like the No Power Plant Facebook page
-- Tell your friends and neighbors to sign the No Power Plant initiative NOW!

#5 Elect local government that supports rezoning, especially in Redondo

We encourage you to help elect a future City council that supports rezoning the AES Redondo Power Plant area.

With the exception of Redondo Councilman Bill Brand, Redondo City Officials are currently pro Power Plant AND pro Desalination Plant.

Councilmember Diels, who accepted campaign funds from AES, is not concerned about them rebuilding. He is quoted as saying "there are no harbor views worth protecting."

Is this the legacy we want for Redondo and the South Bay?

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Write Your City Government

Redondo Beach City Council Emails

District 1 - steve.aspel@redondo.org
District 2 - bill.brand@redondo.org
District 3 - pat.aust@redondo.org
District 4 - steven.diels@redondo.org
District 5 - matt.kilroy@redondo.org

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