If the rail terminal is not built, the oil trains will not come. Our research of the facts relating to the proposed Phillips 66 rail terminal project concludes that the SLO County Planning Commissioners and Supervisors must reject this project.
Please consider sending a letter to SLO County Officials expressing your concerns about this project.
Mesa Refinery Watch Group Founder shares why everyone who lives, visits or has contacts with people along the railroad tracks in SLO County needs to get involved to stop the Phillips 66 rail terminal project.
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Talk with your neighbors, friends and people you interact with in your daily life. Help get the word out. Send names and contact information of people interested in being on our newsletter list to MRWCoord@gmail.com.
Attend Mesa Refinery Watch Group presentations at City Council meetings and other community gatherings. Your support matters to visibly demonstrate your opposition to the proposed rail spur.
Contact any Mesa Refinery Watch Group member or visit Contact Us form to share your ideas
Sign up to be a speaker at upcoming public hearings. Contact Gary McKible at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Philips 66 Refinery has been part of the Dunes landscape for nearly 60 years.
To a standing ovation by opponents of Phillips 66 Co.’s oil-by-rail plan, the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission voted October 5th to reject the project that had gained statewide attention. Read the SLO Tribune article.
Transport of oil by rail is a national safety concern. California government officials are stepping up to say "no" to the detrimental impacts of oil tankers passing through their cities and communities.
There are many, many reasons why crude-by-rail is dead wrong for California and SLO County - 29 researched issues are provided for you to share with others. Let us know your personal concerns as well by visiting Contact Us.