Dania Beach Residents Look to Question FPL at Tuesday Commission Meeting

Little Outreach Done to Inform Public About Latest Twist Around Proposed Fracked Gas Plant Proposal Officials ignore calls for a community meeting & add items at the last minute with very little public outreach March 12 – With barely a whisper and without much public outreach, Dania Beach City officials… Continue Reading

PSC Decision on Dania Beach Plant Ignores the Will of the People

The New Florida Majority released the following statement upon hearing that the state’s Public Service Commission had approved Florida Power & Lights’ latest plans for a fracked gas-powered plant in Dania Beach:   We are disappointed with the Public Service Commission’s decision to approve the FPL’s expansion of its current… Continue Reading

Community Meeting To Discusses the Expansion of a Local FPL Fracked Gas Burning Plant

press release Dania Beach Community Leaders & NewFM to Host a “Power for All” Community Meeting  to Discuss the Expansion of a Local FPL Fracked Gas Burning Plant Community Leaders Oppose the Dangerous Fracked Gas Plant That Could Have Damaging Environmental and Health Impacts in Broward County’s First Black Community On… Continue Reading

Jacksonville Organizations Push For Signatures Deadline for Voting Restoration Ballot Initiative Draws Near

On Saturday, November 11th, volunteers canvassed Jacksonville neighborhoods, committed to gathering enough petitions that would give voters next year an opportunity to restore voting rights to the state’s more than 1.6 million felons who have completed their sentences.  Continue Reading

Faith Breakfast Launches Weekend Community Effort To Collect Petitions For Voting Restoration Ballot Measure

The Restoring Hope: Faith Breakfast helps launch a month-long initiative to energize the Jacksonville faith community around the Say Yes to Second Chanves campaign, an effort that seeks to change the state constitution to automatically restore the right to vote to those who have paid their debt to society. Continue Reading