electricity

Occupy Toledo Day 2

I was at tonight's assembly, one of about 35 who are still comitted to the cause. There are links for pics at the end of this report.
I was only able to stay for a short time but while I was there we discussed asking for a permit from the city to pitch tents, get electricity, lights, and set up info tables.
I found it funny that someone referred to getting "free electricity". I don't know where free electricity comes from if any of you do please let me know. The crowd was not very animated, some people not even bothering to do tickle fingers when agreeing with what was said.

American Red Cross releases $200,000 in aid to help communities affected by earthquake in Haiti

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 — The American Red Cross has pledged an initial $200,000 to assist communities impacted by today’s earthquake in Haiti, and is prepared to take further action as local responders assess the situation.

On Tuesday, January 12, less than one hour before sunset, a 7.3 earthquake struck Haiti near the capital of Port au Prince, causing catastrophic damage and loss of life.

· Initial estimates are that up to 3 million people may be affected.

The view of Lake Erie that we deserve, but don't get!

photo credit baltimoresun.com

Photo credit: baltimoresun.com
Article link for photo: http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/features/green/2009/06/post_9.html

Councilman Tom Waniewski's June 2009 Newsletter

Electric Transmission Rates

Cap and Trade is a flawed proposal

Energy prices are on the rise. Families, homeowners, and businesses are feeling the pain every time they pay their electric bills or fill up at the pump. The cap and trade, or cap and tax, energy plan, introduced by the Obama Administration and Democratic leadership in Congress, will only make matters worse. This energy plan raises taxes, leads to more
government intrusion, and leads to the unprecedented loss of American jobs.

Power Outage

"Ohio lost out on new jobs from a steel company [last] Thursday. A $1 billion dollar investment that went elsewhere because of Ohio’s unpredictable cost of electricity prices. And you should be mad.

Syndicate content