Join us on Wednesday, February 27 when Santa Barbara County Planning Commission is holding a public meeting to discuss Plains Pipeline’s application to build a new coastal oil pipeline through Santa Barbara County on Chumash land. Plains caused California’s worst coastal oil spill in 25 years — and now it thinks it deserves a chance to spill again.
What: Rally against Plain’s application to build a coastal pipeline
When: 5:30 – 7PM, Wednesday, February 27
Where: Santa Barbara County Administration Building, Board of Supervisors Hearing Room, Fourth Floor, 105 E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
If Plains gets its way, its new pipeline would allow three offshore drilling platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel – all of which have been shut-down since the 2015 oil spill – to start drilling again. Offshore drilling threatens coastal communities and marine wildlife with oil spills, toxic pollution and climate change.
Join us to tell Santa Barbara County officials – don’t give Plains a chance to spill again!
We’ll gather at 5:30pm for a rally before heading into the public hearing, where there will be opportunity to give public comment and let the Planning Commission know that Santa Barbara doesn’t want another dangerous coastal oil pipeline.