City of Long Beach says NO to the Port Ambrose Liquefied Natural Gas Project [EVENT THIS MONDAY!]

City Government of Long Beach has written a letter to Governor Cuomo unanimously opposing the Port Ambrose Liquefied Natural Gas Project. They will be holding a community meeting on Monday where people can learn more about the project and why the Council and City Government is opposing it.

WHEN: Monday, December 8th @ 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: Long Beach Library, 111 West Park Avenue
Facebook page HERE
Long Beach city announcement HERE

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9 thoughts on “City of Long Beach says NO to the Port Ambrose Liquefied Natural Gas Project [EVENT THIS MONDAY!]”

  1. I don’t trust the city. Their letter is another dog and pony show. Same way they were phonies about endorsing the need for a hospital. They write a letter and its out of their hands. I feel their actions in the past and present regarding a multitude of issues have proven their indifference to the residents. I have no desire to debate anyone on this thread – just stating my feelings.

  2. Oh Sure. People can “learn” about the project from people who have been spreading nonsense about the project for more than a year? The Sane Energy project is not a reliable source for information about anything. The Port Ambrose application is an intended delivery project. The application isn’t vague about that either.

  3. Karen, the groups fighting the Port Ambrose project are, in a word, liars. While there may be valid concerns, these groups either don’t understand them or choose to replace them with sky-is-falling-global-warming nonsense.

    Do your own research and draw your own conclusions. There’s far too much self-serving verbal ignorance on both sides.

  4. This Port Ambrose project is important to everyone who lives here. @ twitter, what you’re talking about is also important, but has nothing to do with this topic. This is a local forum to discuss important local issues such as this pipeline. Please let us talk about it without further disruption. Thank you.

  5. Thanks, Larry for the link. Anyone who cares can read it for himself and sort out the true liabilities and benefits and ignore the global warming and pinwheel nonsense at the library.

  6. All risks, no benefits for LB. If some part of the energy royalties cut my property taxes 25%, and provided millions to rebuild the oceanfront infrastructure and the City’s water and sewer infrastructure, I might be willing to consider it. But with no benefits to LB, why take a chance.

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