From: Kingcitizens@cs.com [mailto:Kingcitizens@cs.com]
FROM KINGSPORT CITIZENS FOR A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT:
Contact: Rachael Bliss
Kingsport Citizens for a Cleaner Environment (KCCE)
KINGSPORT --- Fall and winter will be busy times for those interested in environmental quality in this area, according to Kingsport Citizens for a Cleaner Environment.
Saturday, Oct. 29th, our second annual Recycle (Yard)
Bliss reminds all members that it is time to renew memberships in KCCE as the group attempts to depend more on local support.
Last weekend KCCE members were able to get our their and Rail Solution's I-81 resolution (regarding rail vs. toll road for I-81) passed by all the Commission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA) funded groups (42 present) and the CORA board of Directors representing Appalachian church denominations from New York to Mississippi. Bliss was named public policy convenor for the funded groups. which will be offering other public policy resolutions throughout the year. Delisa Hale, also of KCCE, is a representative on the CORA board for the funded groups.
KCCE also requests that
KCCE is a local group of concerned citizens committed to improving, protecting and preserving the region in which they live, work and play.