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Monthly Meetup - Topic TBD

The topic for this meetup is still to-be-decided. We'll also be talking about the latest environmental news, and then move on to member suggested topics.

This event is scheduled around dinnertime, so I chose a restaurant to meet in. Please feel free to come a little bit early and get a bite to eat or pick up a pint while we're there. Since we'll be taking up some space, it's only fair to give back a bit to the restaurant.

If you have any locations that you'd recommend in other corners of the Metroplex, please let me know.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I arrived in the area about 3 minutes before the meeting started, but spent the next 15 minutes just trying to find the place. The street is not marked and the map was inaccurate. After I finally found the place I spent 10 more minutes trying to find a parking space before finally blowing off the meeting and leaving. I cannot imagine a worst place for a meeting. It is little wonder that only one or two people sign up for meetings of this group

    November 7, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    As director of FracDallas (http://fracdallas.org/) I am very concerned about the direction the Dallas City Council is heading with regard to allowing hydraulic fracturing. It is an environmental disaster waiting to happen to us with no residual benefits. I would like to discuss what citizens can do to help steer the conversation toward an objective look at the cost-benefit analysis before the Council re-writes our gas drilling ordinance ahead of considering drilling permit requests.

    October 31, 2012

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