I heard from Carolyn Reilly, a farmer in Franklin County whose land would be crossed by the Mountain Valley Pipeline, putting her property and water at risk.
I listened as Dan Marrow of Quantico choked back tears as he shared his heartbreaking story of being forced to move his family from their home because Dominion’s coal ash contaminated their water and made it completely unsafe to drink.
And now, Governor McAuliffe needs to hear from all of us.
Will you please take a minute to call him at 804-786-2211?
If you were there, you can tell him why you participated on the March on the Mansion for our land, water, and climate on a day when the heat index reached 107 degrees. If you weren’t there, would you tell him that you support renewable energy and ask him to stop his support of pipelines and big polluters like Dominion? Please also ask him when he is going to do more about flooding in South Hampton Roads.
It was a great, but hot day — and our weather will only get more extreme unless we act now. Will you take action? Call Governor McAuliffe at 804-786-2211 today.
State Governing Board