The vote to approve the grant passed with a total of 210 votes – 104 in favor, 101 against and 5 abstentions.
After the announcement of the vote, there was a bit of a kerfuffle and members interrupted the moderator during discussion of item 11 to say some people believed their votes had not been counted. Continue Reading →
“An NPR report on the matter describes how the CTCL money was distributed in 2020. More went, naturally, to cities, which had bigger budgets and bigger gaps in infrastructure. Cities lean Democrat, so that’s true. But every district that requested money got money.” – Andrew Winston Continue Reading →
Letters to the editor were followed by a slew of emails to the entire 230 RTM over the weekend, including some that were from an anonymous proton email. Continue Reading →
Harry Fisher, a BET member and Energy Advisory Committee member, submitted an alternate climate resolution in his capacity as a private citizen. He said he objected to the term climate denier. Continue Reading →
“Instead of engaging these passionate students on the merits, Dodson’s letter to the editor maligns the student group and a global NGO, 350.org (which GEAG is allied with). Started by college students, 350.org is one of the most effective climate organizations in the world. The group advocates using 100% renewable energy and moving away from fossil fuels rapidly.” – Andrew Winston Continue Reading →