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July 14: Indy City Council Clean Air Resolution announcement
Mon, Jul 14, 2014 5pm
Steps of Old City Hall, 202 N. Alabama Street, Indianapolis · Cost: Free
Jul 8, 2014

July 14: Indy City Council clean air resolution announcement

Clean air and clean water matter to us all. That's why a bipartisan group of Indianapolis City-County Councillors have come forward to introduce a resolution calling on Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL) to stop burning coal at its Harding Street plant by 2020.

These councillors are committed to working with IPL to put an end to the pollution that plagues our city, to prioritize investments in clean energy, and ensure a just transition for our community.

Please RSVP now to join with other Indy residents in support of a proposed resolution to protect Indy's air and water from harmful coal pollution.

WHO: You, fellow clean air and water advocates, and city-county councillors
WHAT: Announcement of a proposed Indianapolis City-County Council resolution asking IPL to stop burning coal in Marion County and invest in clean energy
WHEN: Monday, July 14 at 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: Steps of Old City Hall, 202 N. Alabama Street, Indianapolis (map)

Questions: Contact Megan Anderson at megan.anderson@sierraclub.org.

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