It’s Unanimous! San Diego City Council Members Deny CoGentrix Appeal

Quail Brush is denied!

The San Diego City Council Members sent a strong message to the California Energy Commission (CEC), SDG&E and CoGentrix. They don’t want a power plant next to Mission Trails Regional Park. San Diego City Council

This is a huge victory and the campaign must continue. The CEC could vote to override local decisions and approve the abomination.

Get ready and save the date for the CEC Public Workshop on Wednesday, October 3, at Grossmont College at 2:00 pm.  Click here for details and a parking permit.

Thank you to all the individuals and groups that support and campaign to protect our precious park and communities, including the San Diego City Council, the Santee City Mayor and City Council and all the following:

U.S. Congressman Bob Filner
California Assemblymember Brian Jones
County Supervisor Dianne Jacob
State Senator Marty Block
La Mesa Councilmember Ruth Sterling
Tierrasanta Community Councilmember Rich Thesing
Former San Diego City Councilmember Donna Frye

Candidate for 71st Assembly District, Patrick Hurley
Candidate for Santee Mayor, Rudy Reyes

California Chaparral Institute
California Native Plant Society, San Diego Chapter
California Pilots Association (CalPilots)
Center for Biological Diversity
Cleveland National forest Foundation
Crest/Dehesa/Granite Hills/ Harbison Canyon Subregional Planning Group
East County California Republican Assembly
Endangered Habitats League
Environmental Health Coalition
Greater Santee California Republican Assembly
Green Party of San Diego
Highland Trails HOA
League of Women Voters
Mission View HOA
Mountain Defense League
Preserve Wild Santee
San Diego Audubon Society
San Diego Canyonlands
San Diego Coastkeeper
San Diego Energy District Foundation
San Diego Mountain Biking Association
San Diego River Coalition
Santee School District
Santee Taxpayers Association
Save Our Forests & Ranchlands
Sierra Club
Sunset Greens HOA
and others.

Author: Jeffrey Kahn

Artist, designer, educator, earthling

7 thoughts on “It’s Unanimous! San Diego City Council Members Deny CoGentrix Appeal”

  1. This CEC meeting 10/3 is one of the more important meetings there will be! The Commissioners must count from the record the speaker slips. Sign a speaker slip in Opposition and why. We must document in the record how the CEC is failing.

  2. Now the fight gets tough, we have to deal with the CEC they are not accountable to the Public like our elected officials are. It is VITAL that everyone attend the Oct 3 CEC Public Workshop.

    1. It is wonderful. Revel in the victory then get back to work (-: because the CEC can choosed to override the city’s decisions and build the plant anyway. Crazy, huh. We need to SHOW them a big fat NO! Attend the CEC Workshop at Grossmont College on Wed. 10/3/12 (next week). Details coming on a post asap.

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