The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York (JLCNY) is putting out the word to its 77,000 members to contact Gov. Andrew Cuomo and let him know that a) they vote, and b) they won’t forget if he doesn’t allow fracking to move forward now, by the end of February. They’re encouraging members to print out and send him a couple of form letters (see them below), as well as call the governor’s office—repeatedly. This is a “numbers game” now according the JLCNY. They want to roar so Gov. Ditherer hears it loud and clear.
Here’s the email MDN received from the JLCNY announcing their latest initiative:
Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
The JLCNY has created a set of two new letters for landowners to send to Governor Cuomo to express our support for safe and responsible natural gas development in New York. I think that you’ll find these letters to be very good and appealing.
Please download, print, sign and mail at least one different letter each day and keep doing that day after day until the Governor releases the completed SGEIS.
Please mail the attached files to Governor Cuomo at the following address…
The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of NY State
NY State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224
We need tens of thousands of individual letters to go in.
PLEASE REMEMBER, THIS IS A NUMBERS GAME NOW, AND WE MUST SHOW OUR NUMBERS! So if you want to send more than one letter per day, please send them in separate envelopes. It will help immensely!
In addition, please also call the Governor at both of the following numbers to really drive the message home…
CALL GOVERNOR CUOMO
…and tell him the following…
- I SUPPORT NATURAL GAS DEVELOPMENT IN NEW YORK STATE NOW!!
Call each number as many times per day as you possibly can to show our numbers and resolve!
As concerned as this may sound, we ARE winning in NY. We just have to keep the momentum up and growing. Your help in doing this will be most appreciated!
Dan Fitzsimmons, President
Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, Inc.*
*Joint Landowners Coalition of New York (email received Feb 20, 2013) – Two ALL NEW Letters to Send to Cuomo
Here’s letter #1: