Thursday, June 30, 2011


Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:53 PM

Subject: Five Fast Reminders...

Dear Coalition Leaders, Landowners, Union Leaders, Workers, Business Leaders, and Natural Gas Supporters Everywhere,

(Please circulate this to any and all pro-gas supporters as soon as you receive this.)

Five simple reminders...


Last fall we suggested that you take your "Friends of Natural Gas/JLCNY" signs inside for the winter. Now we're asking you to please display them proudly once again. It is important to show that support for natural gas is strong and unified throughout our communities, and putting the signs out is one of the best and easiest ways to do that. You can add a nice touch by sticking one, two, or more small 4" x 6" American flags that are in the stores now for the holiday in the top of the sign! If you need a sign please contact your coalition leader who will put in a request to us.


JLCNY Clambake tickets are still on sale. Click on the link directly below to learn more and purchase your tickets.

The Clambake is is a fun filled event where we stop talking shop for a while and just hangout and have some fun. A main feature is an auction that is a spirited way to get rid of spare belongings or acquire more while helping the JLCNY out. So come early, eat lots, and stay late.


In light of our recent successes donating now would help us take advantage of the momentum we've won and fight for you even harder. To donate please use the donate box on the left of the website home page or mail a check or money order to…


PO Box 2839

Binghamton NY 13902

If you’re in the mood to celebrate you could also purchase a JLCNY Clambake ticket. For details see the flier on the JLCNY home page. It will be a great way to kick back and relax with some good company, dining, music, and fun.


Speaking of momentum, you can help keep us rolling along by emailing Governor Cuomo. Please see the “Tell the Governor No More Delays” article on the JLCNY home page.


Have a Safe and Happy Fourth of July Holiday!!!


Dan Fitzsimmons, President

Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, Inc.

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