State Lands Conveyance Alert! Your action is needed NOW!

The 2015 Legislative Session ends TODAY!

Good News:
The good news is that the two sections of the Conveyance Act that would have allowed private sand and gravel extraction companies to gain access across the Quinebaug Wildlife Management Area in eastern Connecticut have been removed.

Bad News:
The bad news is that there is a last minute effort to include these controversial sand and gravel conveyances in various budget bills. This could happen without your immediate action.

PLEASE ACT IMMEDIATELY!
Contact:
House Speaker Brendan Sharkey -   Brendan.Sharkey@cga.ct.gov   or  800-842-1902
Senator Mae Flexer - mae.flexer@cga.ct.gov  or 800-842-1420
Rep. Christine Rosati -  Christine.Rosati@cga.ct.gov  or 800-842-8267
Rep. Doug Dubitsky  -  doug.dubitsky@housegop.ct.gov  or 800-842-1423

The Message:

Ask that any provisions that would allow sand and gravel companies to build private access roads across the Quinebaug Wildlife Management Area be removed from the budget. 

Thank you for taking action!

With best regards,

Amy

Amy B. Paterson, Executive Director

Connecticut Land Conservation Council

More information

  • CFPA's analysis on the sand and gravel proposals may be founHERE
  • CLCC's May 29 alert on the Conveyance Bill may be found HERE
State conservation lands are held in trust for the benefit of the public!  This issue impacts all of us, no matter where we live in the State!
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