June 2016

Was it something in the air? Or maybe your emails in their mailboxes? Sandy Greyson, supported by a citizens army, pulled off the unthinkable and delivered a rousing 15-0 endorsement from the Dallas City Council for her resolution calling for a better smog clean-up plan for DFW than the one the state is currently pursuing.  Despite last-minute objections from […]

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Rally in Support of Clean Air  Tomorrow- Wednesday, June 15 9:30 AM   City Hall flag Room  5th floor at Dallas City Hall, 1500 Marilla  Speakers Include:  Lon Burnam, Former Texas State Representative Ronnie Mestas, President of West Dallas One Sonja Cooper and Adenike Higgins, asthma patients Cherelle Blazer, Sierra Club Beyond Coal   If DFW is to have […]

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Only 48 hours after the single worst day for DFW smog since 2013, coal plant operator Luminant reportedly began a lobbying campaign to scuttle Sandy Greyson's Dallas city council clean air resolution requesting a better anti-smog plan.  As a result, Item #12 “A resolution authorizing the City of Dallas to communicate its positions and requests regarding […]

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Yesterday was the single worst day for DFW smog in the last three years. Seven monitoring sites stretching from central Dallas to Weatherford saw hourly averages of 90+ parts per billion. Three sites in Arlington, Northwest Fort Worth and Keller saw levels reach 100 + ppb. Two of those sites saw hourly levels climb to 113 ppb. […]

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