Linda Prusinski
Linda Prusinski

Save this mountain- Obama has saved other sreas from being used for fuel- he preserved mother nature, why should this be different?

Linda Prusinski
Linda Prusinski

Save the mountaintop, Obama has saved other northern states to preserve mother nature- so why should this be different-

Daniel Soucy
Daniel Soucy

coal mining is a dirty industry..for greed destroying natural land, animal habitat is a crime! like coal pollute the land and the air,, so dose greed! polluting the heart of man..

Michael Richard Moran
Michael Richard Moran

Both Democrats & Republicans, are Sociopathically hypocritical.. when it comes to saying, they care about such things - while demonstrating by their INACTION, they worship the "almighty dollar". Corporate / Industry Lobbyists - - have always been the TRUE power, in D.C.

Loraine Lewis Barker
Loraine Lewis Barker

We need to stop distroying the planet that we live on before it is to late.

Burt Crapo
Burt Crapo

Destroying mountain tops in search of coal destroys the environment far more effectively and efficiently than strip mining ever could. This process is absurd. The 'advantages' of this process are far exceeded by the drawbacks realized by completely destroying the environment for those who live in the vicinity.

Jean Messeih
Jean Messeih

Please sign this petition; then log onto Lilou's Juicy Living Tour 2011 in which Lilou Mace goes to Mexico to interview Michel Domit, the 'owner' of El Santuario in Valle de Bravo (I think) in Mexico. Michel bought the mountain in 1994 and had some wonderful and extraordinary experiences in which he communicated with the spirit of the mountain in order to obtain permission to build on it. It's a lovely, lovely inspiring you tube video.

Cat Gilliland
Cat Gilliland

I understand that a lot of people in the Tri-State area depend on the coal mining jobs. But if you turn the coal mining into wind farms, those very same people plus more would have good paying jobs and we would benefit across broader expanse with a renewable energy resource. And less lose to those working because now they will not be contracting Black Lung Disease, so common to coal miners. And how stable do you think that mountain will remain if you blast the top off it? We have already had...

I understand that a lot of people in the Tri-State area depend on the coal mining jobs. But if you turn the coal mining into wind farms, those very same people plus more would have good paying jobs and we would benefit across broader expanse with a renewable energy resource. And less lose to those working because now they will not be contracting Black Lung Disease, so common to coal miners. And how stable do you think that mountain will remain if you blast the top off it? We have already had 2 tremors in this area this year. Can't keep cracking the earth and expect to remain stable under your feet. I am anticipating a lot of hate comments but that is not why I wrote this. Please give careful thought to some of the concepts I mentioned.

Denis Menard
Denis Menard

Let't think and not just jump on the wagon! tell big business to look in other places. Money is one part of the picture, look at it all.

Bernd Kopke
Bernd Kopke

THE MOUNTAIN IS ONLY ENDANGERED IF THE PEOPLE ALLOW IT TO HAPPEN. YOU THE PUBLIC OF THE STATE, YOU CAN CONTROL THE GOVERNOR WHO CAN CONTROL THE ENVIRONMENT. PEOPLE, GET INVOLVED.

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