New Sightings of Flat Batman Bradley Sign

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Rum 138 Small me In: New Sightings of Flat Batman Bradley Sign | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. | Protecting the Santa Fe River in North FloridaNew sightings of the flat batman Bradley sign have appeared recently.  The one above was
captured in Lake Butler, rumored to be at a CAPM meeting.  The image below was confirmed at Rum 138, home of OSFR headquarters as well as an official Sierra Club office.  If we look carefully, in the bottom picture we might recognize one or two well known environmentalists.

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We must keep in mind the symbolism of this traveling sign, which reportedly may appear in dramatic fashion next week in Green Cove Springs or thereabouts.

It’s all about banning fracking in our great state.  No matter how you categorize it, fracking is a loser on its way out.  We have the opportunity, under the leadership of Sen. Rob  Bradley, to pass ban fracking bills during the next legislative session.  Please read the following and call him to let him know how you feel on this issue.

Senator Rob Bradley is crucial to this year’s ban-fracking bills, as he must introduce it to his committee if it is to progress.  He is the chair of the Environmental Preservation and Conservation committee.  If he decides not to introduce it, it is dead.   It is up to us, to you and to me to persuade him as to how important this is.  It is especially important for those of us who are his constituents, but anyone can contact him.  Ask him to please champion and introduce SB 462.

District Office

1279 Kingsley Avenue
Suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 278-2085
Senate VOIP: 40500
Toll Free (888) 347-3483

Tallahassee Office

414 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
(850) 487-5005
Senate VOIP: 5005
FAX (888) 263-0641
Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.

-A river is like a life: once taken, it cannot be brought back-


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