Sustainable Saturday Nights, Aug 27th

It is time to Repower!
27h August, at James Reeb UU Congregation, 6 p.m. potluck and 7 p.m. presentation

RePower Madison is a campaign to make Madison a national leader in clean energy with fair & affordable bills. Learn about RPM’s plans for the fall and how you can take action. You’ll hear how they plan to push MGE to be a utility of the future as well as the City of Madison’s latest actions. We’ll also look at a proposal from Alliant Energy to increase monthly mandatory fees that will reduce customers’ control over their bills and harm energy efficiency incentives. Seniors, minorities, students, and other customers with low usage will be hit hardest by this proposal.


Sustainable Saturday Nights are now co-sponsored by 5 organizations: Emerson East – Eken Park Sustainability Task Force, OM Village, the Eastside Planing Council and James Reeb’s Peace Justice and Sustainability Group, and the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice.

Sustainable Saturday Nights are on the 4th Saturday Night of each month (except in December), at the corner of E. Johnson and 4th Streets (James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation). They are always free, family friendly and welcoming to all. For more information, contact Tim  Cordon using the form below or visit us on Facebook.

Originally posted on Facebook by Tim Cordon (EENA Co-chair)

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About Chris Heaton

Chris lives in the Emerson East Neighborhood with her husband, daughter and a flock of chickens. She is enjoys being involved in the neighborhood association and is currently serving as Co-Chair and Website Manager. Chris and her husband moved to Madison in 2008 from Perth, Australia. With friendly neighbors, large parks and awesome restaurants, bars and cafes all within walking distance, Chris believes Emerson East is a great place to live and raise a family.