8 Week countdown to halt the Spectra Pipeline August 18 We are gathering at 12:00 PM at Senator Charles Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s offices 780 3rd Avenue between 48th and 49th, NYC in Manhattan, supporting the Senators’ demands that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission immediately halt construction on this disastrous pipeline. Our lives are on the line!
New York City SC Executive Committee Elections
The NYC Group is looking for committed activists to serve on the Group’s Executive Committee (ExCom).If you are a knowledgeable, committed, and energetic environmentalist and are willing to serve on the ExCom, let us know.
The ExCom meets monthly on a weekday evening to mobilize and deploy resources of money and time — including organization, community, and network building with new member engagement. The ExCom debates and promulgates environmental positions of the Sierra Club NYC Group. Program activities promoting our positions educate the public about conservation, advocate for public policy reform, and elect officials who share the Club’s agenda.
Please send a short statement discussing:
What are your environmental priorities? What Sierra Club positions are you familiar with? What experience or abilities do you have to prepare you for administrative and program activities of the ExCom? We will meet with each candidate in late July and early August. By August 25, the Nominating Committee will notify all potential nominees whether they have been nominated. Would be nominees who have not been nominated may petition: The signatures of 25 NYC Group memgers are required. Petitions are due to the Nominating Committee by September 22, and ballot statements by all candidates are also due by September 22..
The election will fill four full, 2-year, terms and the unexpired year of any vacancies. Please send your statement by August 15 to:
Irene Van Slyke, firstname.lastname@example.org, or
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