“Public Meeting this Friday, May 3rd, at 6:00 to stop Biosludge in Yelm at the Community Center in Yelm Park”
“Preserve the Commons, a volunteer organization dedicated to stopping the dumping of biosludge in our Yelm community on 128th Street above the Nisqually River and Schorno Nisqually Spring Farm, is holding it’s second event Friday, May 3, 2019 at the Yelm Community Center. Doors open at 5:30pm/6-8pm event.
“Cindy Schorno will be our MC. Mayor JW Foster will open the event. Gary Edwards, Thurston County Commissioner will be our keynote speaker. Phyllis Farrell, President of the Olympia chapter of the Sierra club and Chair of the Citizens’ Committee on the Nisqually River Council will also speak.
“It will be a very engaging event, including updates on the status of the permit with the Department of Ecology and what people can do to help ensure the permit be denied to allow the dumping of biosludge on 128th.
“The goal of our event is to inform and inspire our community into action to stop this toxic dumping in Yelm. It will be a strong community voice to make this happen.”
From Susie Kyle
Preserve the Commons Steering Committee member.