The following is a letter to the Culver City City Council from the Going Green Group of the Tara Hill Condominiums:
Dear Council Members,
We are the founding members of the Going Green Group of Tara Hill Condominiums located at Indian Wood Road and Jefferson Blvd. in Culver City.
As you are aware, the complex is situated adjacent to the PXP Oil Field and on
an earthquake fault line. We are writing to urge that the Culver City
Council ban hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") in and under our city until the practice is
proven to be safe.
If the oil companies want to engage in fracking in our community, they should
be required to indemnify Culver City residents and homeowners for any property or personal damages arising from the practice.
Please advise as soon as possible as to the Council’s position on a fracking ban in Culver City so that we may
report back to our Tara Hill community.
TARA HILL GOING GREEN GROUP
Bernadette Dollard Britt-Marie Potter Diana Hrabowecki
Marvin Ridgely Tina Janzen
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