Today, Monday, September 14, 2020, BTU Board of Directors - Reopening of Gibbons Creek Coal Plant

Today at 4 PM, Attend the BTU Board of Directors Meeting -

The sale and reopening of the Gibbons Creek Coal Plant

to an AZ company is on the Agenda.

The BTU Board of Directors will be meeting this afternoon at 4pm. The sale of the Gibbons Creek coal plant is on the agenda's Executive Session.

"Citizens wishing to submit comments regarding the Gibbons Creek Power Plant Sale and Reopening to the Board's review should submit their comments in writing via email to:

fax to 979-821-5795

by 2:00 P.M. September 14, 2020."

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The sale and reopening of the Gibbons Creek Coal Plant that is 20 miles from BC/S to an AZ company is still in the works.

  1. About 60 people in opposition to the reopening attended last week's TMPA Board Meeting.

  2. No one in favor of its reopening voiced such an opinion out loud.

  3. Over 2000 people have signed a petition to not sell the plant, but again no decision has been made.

The TMPA Board had a closed meeting about the sale - no decision was made public by the TMPA Board. The TMPA Board discussions were kept confidential.

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