Tired of polluting, smelly, and dirty industry, residents spoke out against the project asking instead for greener industries and job opportunities.
After brief statements from representatives of the Southeast Environmental Task Force, Green Seed Energy, the Juan Diego Center, the Blue-Green Alliance, the People for Community Recovery and the Eastside Methodist Church, participants marched up and down Avenue 0 welding signs to call attention to the issue. Many drivers passing by honked their horns in empathy.
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|Linda Ruxton, resident and member of the Southeast Environmental Task Force constructs sign.|
|Posting signs along Avenue O.|
|Tom Conway of the Blue Green Alliance|
|Getting ready to march.|
|Rally particpants march along Avenue O.|