Another little town Facing BIG Oil

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Good Morning, I live in Carpinteria California a little beach community about 20 minutes south of Santa Barbara and two hours north of Los Angeles.We are facing a company based here in Carpintera that wants to bypass the Cities bylaws, rules and regulations and put a vote to the residents for the upcoming elections, June 8. They have been very sneaky to say the least. With all the events happening in the gulf I was hoping you could give this a little attention too, we need all the help we can get!Thank you! Love your show!!!Samantha GreenCarpinteria, California www.carpinteria.ca.us (see Paredon Oil and Gas Development Initiative Informationwww.citienzagainstparedon.orghttp://www.independent.com/news/2010/may/02/hundreds-paddle-out-protest-venoco-vote/

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