June 13 Attorney General Listening Session, Worcester, MA

June 13 Attorney General Listening Session, Worcester

RSVP/Register 
 to/with the AG for the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Energy and Environment June 13, 2016 Public Listening Session for the Greater Worcester Area (June 13, 2016,  6:00 – 8:00 pm, Mass Audubon’s Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and & Wildlife Sanctuary, 414 Massasoit Road Worcester). It would be great if you could also let us know at Halt MA smart Meters @ gmail dot com, as well. Thank you. Clare and Patricia

Attorney General’s Office official flyer HERE.

National Grid Year One Interim Report HERE.

Critique of Interim Report/Infomercial:

http://haltmasmartmeters.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/AGO-06132016-LISTENING-SESSION_FLYER-BACKUP-LINKS-F.pdf

 

Succinct forwardable Constant Contact Announcement here:
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1104906689088&ca=71f9b449-8e46-4a09-a186-5843baab7360

MA Smart Meter Opt Out Bill News: 
The Senate Ways and Means Budget will be released on Tuesday May 17th, and Julie DelSobral in Senator Michael Moore’s office plans to file the smart meter amendment Wednesday morning.  By Thursday we hope to have an amendment number to share. After Wednesday morning senators can still sign on as co-sponsors by using the online computer system. In fact senators can sign on online until right before the amendment hits the floor sometime next week. FRIDAY MAY 20th, please call the office of any senator with whom you have established a relationship and ask whether the senator has agreed  to co-sponsor the smart meter amendment and again urge the senator to sign on as a co-sponsor. We hope to have the amendment number by then, and letting the Senator know the amendment number can be an excuse for the call. If you can’t call Friday, please try to call Monday May 23rd.

Senator Jamie Eldridge and Senator Jennifer Flanagan have signed on as co-sponsors as of Monday morning, but other senators who we think may be well disposed towards the smart meter amendment have not yet signed on. As I have been calling senators, I have been encouraged to hear how many have already been contacted by one or by several of their constituents. Please help us make sure that no senator fails to sign on through lack of encouragement.

Many thanks for your efforts,
Helen

Thank you,
Patricia

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