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Join Stand Up To Coal!
We would like to add you to our growing membership list. For a donation of $20, you can become an official member of Stand Up To Coal. We also welcome additional donations to support our ongoing work, such as postage … Continue reading
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Public Information Meeting Follow-Up
On September 3, 43 community members attended a public information meeting regarding the Bulldog Mine proposed by Sunrise Coal. Â The meeting was hosted by Stand Up To Coal and Prairie Rivers Network. The evening started off viewing a video of … Continue reading
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Bulldog Mine Informational Meeting in Homer
Please note the correct location. The original post indicated the wrong location. Join us and your neighbors as we bring updates on Sunrise Coalâ€™s (Hallador Energy) proposed Bulldog Coal Mine in southwest Vermilion County. With recent water sales, land sales, … Continue reading
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Homer Votes “No” To Raw Water Sale
By nowÂ you’ve probably heard the good news. At its April meeting, the Homer Village Board votedÂ unanimouslyÂ 5-0 to decline to sell raw water to Sunrise Coal and Hallador Energy for use in washing coal at their proposed mine. Â (Read the News-Gazette … Continue reading
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Public Hearing Well Attended
The Jamaica High School gymnasium was packed with people interested in commenting on and asking questions about the permit application for the proposed Bulldog Mine. The public spoke for about two and a half hours. Supporters of the proposed mine … Continue reading →