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Stopping the AMP-OH coal plant

Stefanie Spear  |  02/16/08 @ 2:07pm

Cleveland City Council has until February 29 to decide whether to move forward with the Cleveland Public Power's (CPP) 50-year contract with American Municipal Power of Ohio (AMP-OH) concerning its proposed 960-megawatt pulverized coal-fired power plant that would be built in Meigs County near the Ohio River.

Concerned citizens are circulating a petition asking Cleveland City Council, CPP and the Mayor to reconsider their position on the AMP-OH contract. Go here for more information about the†petition. And go here for more on the coal plant issue.

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