To: Nicole Almaguer, Albany city clerk, Mark Numainville, city clerk, Caroline Soto, city clerk, Karen Hempkill, city clerk, Susan Gauthier, city clerk, Susan Neer, city clerk, Sheila Harrington, city clerk, La Tonda Simmons, city clerk, J ...

Mayors and city councils of East Bay SF: sign us on to trend to 100% Renewable Power!

We now have the solid support of leadership from all 10 county supervisors in Alameda and Contra Costa county, as of Oct 20, 2015 on this. We now need to see YOUR leadership on this cutting edge effort to trend towards 100% Renewable Power in our 2 counties, following efforts in the other 7 counties here in the SF Bay Area, to influence other mayors across the US on this. Yes, solar and small wind could be moved into residential communities, so we can have healthier, carbon-free communities, ensuring we have a livable planet for all of us. Will you agree to this CCA effort. We want to know!

Why is this important?

As of October 20, 2015, all 10 county supervisors have signed on to seeing how Community Choice Aggregated Energy (CCA, or sometimes called CCE), can be expanded in our 2 counties.

WE ASK ANYONE SIGNING THIS PETITION, to be a resident of one of these 7 CITIES REMAINING in the East Bay, that HAVE NOT SIGNED ON WITH A CCA.

In ALAMEDA COUNTY, the one city remaining, THAT HAS NOT SIGNED ON TO A CCA is:

PLEASANTON

In CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, those 6 CITIES that remain, THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED ON TO A CCA are:

ANTIOCH, BRENTWOOD, CLAYTON, HERCULES, ORINDA and PLEASANT HILL.

There is a white paper on how our 2 counties can procure Renewable Power, which can be seen at www.BeThe100percentChange.vpweb.com

We welcome you all on board, who agree to this forward-thinking effort to move Renewable Power to move into the East Bay, bringing ALL 9 COUNTIES in the SF BAY AREA trending towards 100% Renewable Power!

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