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LI Climate Solutions Network 6/11/07 & calendar

Next Meeting: June 11th, 7 p.m. West Islip Public Library

Last month we made a lot of progress – see the minutes below. Please try to attend our June Meeting so we can keep the momentum going! Know of other Long Islanders who should be attending (Future climate leaders?) – please invite them along!

Preliminary LICSN AGENDA

1. Introductions & Announcements (10 minutes)
2. LICSN and cultural diversity (20 – 40 minutes)
3. Next Steps: Local Action Networks, Gordian Raacke (20 – 30 minutes)
4. Update: The Sag Harbor Process (20 minutes) – Very exciting news from Sara Gordon
5. Update: LICSN Brochure (15 minutes)
6. Breakup into Last month’s groups (30 minutes)

DIRECTIONS: West Islip Public Library, 3 Higbie Lane, West Islip, NY 11795
Library is on Northeast corner of Montauk Highway and Higbie Lane, 1/2 mile east of Route 231, 1 mile west of Robert Moses Causeway

From the East via Sunrise Highway: Exit 41 to Robert Moses Causeway, 2 miles to “Montauk Highway (27A) West” Continue 1 mile West to the library.

From the West via Southern State Parkway: Exit 39 South. A short left and right onto Deer Park Avene – Route 231 South. At fork bear left onto Route 231. 2 1/2 miles to “Babylon / Bay Shore” sign and bear left again onto Montauk Highway. Continue east to the library.

More directions are available at the website: http://www.wipublib.org/mapwisli.htm

Monday June 11 – LICSN monthly meeting 7pm W. Islip Public Library –
See you all then!

Stop Broadwater Rally and Lobby Day on Tuesday, June 12th.  See below
for more details.

Wednesday, June 13 – Global Warming & Climate Change – What Can You Do
– Gordian Raacke, RELI. Southold Town Hall.

Thursday, June 14, at 7pm – Global Warming & Climate Change – What Can
You Do – Gordian Raacke, RELI.  Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School,
Mill Road in Remsenburg (Note: This is the Mill Road in Remsenburg, not
in West Hampton)

Two Broadwater updates.  Remember LICSN hasn’t taken a position stand
on any legislative/governmental issues.  For now LICSN remains focused
on allowing individuals and organizations with diverse points of views
to share and discuss those views with others.

1. Peter Maniscalco has a blog where you can check out his daily
progress.
See – http://broadwatervigil.blogspot.com/

2. Kasey Jacobs wants everyone to know the latest logistics regarding
the trip to Broadwater.  There are still open seats on the buses – so
contact her ASAP at Kasey Jacobs [kjacobs@citizenscampaign.org].

From Kasey –

Thank you everyone for signing up to be apart of the Stop Broadwater
Rally and Lobby Day on Tuesday, June 12th. I hope you are all very
excited, I know we are.

Below you’ll see a detailed itinerary for the day’s activities. If you
have any questions please give me or Maureen a call at (516) 390-7150.

There are a few seats left on the Brookhaven bus and quite a few on the
Huntington Bus still available. We want to arrive in Albany with two
packed buses, so if you know anyone at all who would be interested, all
ages are welcome, please have them give us  a phone call to reserve
their seats ASAP. Attached you’ll find a PSA that we’ll be broadcasting
throughout the Albany radio stations next week.

Anti-Broadwater Lobby Day Agenda

CCE will provide bottled water and snacks for the bus trip.  Buses will
leave promptly at the assigned times.

11:00-Picture on steps of LOB with Anti-Broadwater Coalition

11:30-Press Conference, 3rd Floor of LOB-only small signs will be
allowed in the LOB

12:30-LUNCH, Albany Room, LOB, in Liberty Café

1:45-Break into Lobby Groups

                   Everyone will receive a packet on the bus.  The
packet will identify what group you will be in.   Each group will have CCE
teamleader and will meet with a Senator & Assemblymember.

2:00-3:30-LOBBY MEETINGS

3:45-Board Buses

4:00–DEPARTURE

BUS LOCATIONS:

Town of Brookhaven Bus

Location: Brookhaven Town Hall
1 Independence Hill
Farmingville, NY
Departure: 6:30 am
Return: 8:00pm

Town of Huntington Bus

Location: Rt 110 Park & Ride
Exit 49 off LIE
North side of LIE
Departure: 6:45 am
Return: 8:00pm

If you need anything the morning of the trip you can reach us on our
cell phones: Maureen at (516) 375-5425 or Kasey at (516) 376-8791.

Future Weeks

June 23.  The Long Island Sierra Club Energy Film Festival. South
County Library in Bellport(22 Station Road).

12   – 2:40 PM       Alcohol Can Be A Gas

2:55 – 2:56 PM       Native Wind

3:00 – 3:15 PM       French Fries to Go

3:20 – 3:35 PM       Wind Over Water

3:40 – 4:06 PM       Power Trip

June 23rd noon. Global Warming Cafe in the Riverhead Library craft
room. A participatory workshop to make our communities part of the global
warming solution.  The program includes the Low Carbon Diet program to
reduce our own CO2 footprint.  Sponsored by the Long Island Sierra Club.
Contact: Erica ercwol@yahoo.com <mailto:ercwol@yahoo.com>  631-929-0278
(evenings).

June 30.  The Long Island Sierra Club Energy Film Festival. South
County Library in Bellport(22 Station Road).

12 -1:30 PM         Earth To America

1:35 – 2:30 PM       Hemp And the Rule of Law

2:35 – 3:10 PM       Kilowatt Ours

3:15 – 4:05 PM       Power of Community

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