We’ve beaten 2 of the 3 oil proposals that were originally slated to be built on unstable ground in populated areas of Grays Harbor. Now it’s time for the City of Hoquiam, the final decision maker, to make the right decision and deny the shoreline permits for the last standing crude oil shipping terminal.
The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Westway Expansion Project clearly found that impacts to tribal treaty rights, access to fishing, and the risk of a devastating derailment or marine oil spill cannot be mitigated. The values that ground us as people of faith call us to speak up against such an irresponsible project.
To stand up for communities and creation, both in Grays Harbor and all across the Northwest, please submit your comment below!