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Croatan  Earth First (from North Carolina) has organized a demonstration for  next week against the lifting of Virginia’s Uranium mining ban. Please  come out to support efforts to STOP nuclear power and environmental  pollution and destruction. Say No To Uranium: Hearing Nex…t Monday An hour North of Chapel Hill, a Canadian energy company is planning to  mine for Uranium for use in Nuclear Energy.  These is an extremely  dangerous type of extraction and is a great risk to our water table, the  Roanoke River Basin.  The area in which the mining happens feeds into  waterways that go to Virginia Beach, Eastern NC, Durham, Chapel Hill and  Raleigh which are all downstream.  This could contaminate our entire  bioregion and water supply.  Until recently, uranium mining has only  been done in very remote areas.  Mining inside of a community and right  next to a waterway is nearly unprecedented.  This would be the first  mining project for uranium East of the Mississippi.   Prepare a written  statement to make a comment against the lifting of the ban, and contact  us asap by e-mail at croatanearthfirst (at) gmail.com to let us know  you’d like to carpool to Richmond next Monday. More info below: Video of Virginians Against Uranium *New Meeting* Subject: URANIUM MINING SUBCOMMITTEE of THE COAL AND ENERGY COMMISSION MEETING Meeting Date: Monday, December 19, 2011 End Date: Monday, December 19, 2011 Meeting Time: 01:30 PM Location: House Room D, General Assembly Building Address: 901 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 Information: The Uranium Mining Subcommittee of The Coal and Energy and Energy   Commission will meet on Monday, December 19, 2011 in House Room D at   1:30 PM. There will be a briefing from the National Academy of Sciences’  study of the health, safety and environmental impact of uranium Mining.  Written comments will be accepted and the subcommittee will take   written questions from the public to the study’s authors. Contact:  Martin Farber, Division of Legislative Services (804) 786-3591 Scott  Meachan, Division of Legislative Services (804) 786-3591 Bill Owen,  House Committee Operations (804) 698-1540http://dela.state.va.us/Dela/ComOpsStudy.nsf/FB72CC61CD3B2450852577990056CC19/5ADE09723C9BC0E5852579640067351F?OpenDocument
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Croatan Earth First (from North Carolina) has organized a demonstration for next week against the lifting of Virginia’s Uranium mining ban. Please come out to support efforts to STOP nuclear power and environmental pollution and destruction.
Say No To Uranium: Hearing Next Monday

An hour North of Chapel Hill, a Canadian energy company is planning to mine for Uranium for use in Nuclear Energy. These is an extremely dangerous type of extraction and is a great risk to our water table, the Roanoke River Basin. The area in which the mining happens feeds into waterways that go to Virginia Beach, Eastern NC, Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh which are all downstream. This could contaminate our entire bioregion and water supply. Until recently, uranium mining has only been done in very remote areas. Mining inside of a community and right next to a waterway is nearly unprecedented. This would be the first mining project for uranium East of the Mississippi. Prepare a written statement to make a comment against the lifting of the ban, and contact us asap by e-mail at croatanearthfirst (at) gmail.com to let us know you’d like to carpool to Richmond next Monday.
More info below:

Video of Virginians Against Uranium

*New Meeting*
Subject: URANIUM MINING SUBCOMMITTEE of THE COAL AND ENERGY COMMISSION MEETING
Meeting Date: Monday, December 19, 2011 End Date: Monday, December 19, 2011
Meeting Time: 01:30 PM

Location: House Room D, General Assembly Building
Address: 901 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia 23219
Information:
The Uranium Mining Subcommittee of The Coal and Energy and Energy Commission will meet on Monday, December 19, 2011 in House Room D at 1:30 PM. There will be a briefing from the National Academy of Sciences’ study of the health, safety and environmental impact of uranium Mining. Written comments will be accepted and the subcommittee will take written questions from the public to the study’s authors.
Contact: Martin Farber, Division of Legislative Services (804) 786-3591 Scott Meachan, Division of Legislative Services (804) 786-3591 Bill Owen, House Committee Operations (804) 698-1540
http://dela.state.va.us/
Dela/ComOpsStudy.nsf/FB72CC61CD3B2450852577990056CC19/5ADE09723C9BC0E5852579640067351F?OpenDocument

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