Doug Timewell 
Member since Mar 8, 2018

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Re: “County measure to ban fracking and oil drilling fails

Voice of Reason I thought by now youd likely cashed your last BIG OIL pay check (at least the one paying you to disrupt the SLO county election), Im sure youll be moving on soon to spin the same old BIG OIL lies in another community. Then between elections, I picture you focused on other client-driven shit work thats tossed your way, and in your prime maybe you'll find a real job with another wholesome employer like the tobacco industry.

As you move on to your next paycheck, dont worry, well remain behind to continue our work educating the community, and fighting the BIG OIL expansion planned in our county. We'll do that while we enjoy living in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

4 likes, 9 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 11/09/2018 at 3:54 PM

Re: “County measure to ban fracking and oil drilling fails

SLO county voters have missed a great opportunity to stop the great expansion of big oil in our county. Given this decision and oil prices, we're now likely to see more wild-wild west oil expansion applications in areas where big oil has been kept at bay, we'll see uncontrolled risk to our water aquifers, and most concerning - this decision increases a future risk of industrial accidents and a future with fracking in our county.... but, the voters have spoken.

4 likes, 16 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 11/08/2018 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Measure G means litigation

Big Oil lies are intended to deceive you, learn the TRUTH and Vote YESonMeasureG.org

The TRUTH is Yes on Measure G allows existing oil operations to continue for as long as the operators want.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G allows all routine well maintenance as defined by State rules and regulations, including use of acids for maintenance only.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G bans new oil drilling and future fracking in SLO County.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G takes a huge step toward protecting our groundwater resources.

The TRUTH is our county water basins are in overdraft and the central coast drought continues. We need our water for more important needs than new oil wells.

The TRUTH is BIG OIL has plans to expand in SLO county by 481 new oil and waste injection wells. Oil operations remove 500,000,000 gallons of water from SLO county aquifers every year do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is 120,000 gallons of toxic waste-water is injected into our drinking water aquifers every day in SLO county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G helps by reducing a planned increase in greenhouse gas emissions associated with expanded oil drilling. SLO county oil fields extracts one of the most carbon intensive oils on Earth. Every year 100,000 metric tons of CO2 is generated by Big Oil extraction in our county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is Big Oil wants to greatly expand the number of wells in our county and allow for a future of fracking. More water wasted and more risk of water contamination is what we face if YES on Measure G is not successful.

1 like, 2 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 11/02/2018 at 7:32 AM

Re: “Don't be fooled by big oil's big bucks

VOTE - YESonMeasureG.org -- Big Oil lies are intended to deceive you - learn the TRUTH

The TRUTH is Yes on Measure G allows existing oil operations to continue for as long as the operators want.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G allows all routine well maintenance as defined by State rules and regulations, including use of acids for maintenance only.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G bans new oil drilling and future fracking in SLO County.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G takes a huge step toward protecting our groundwater resources.

The TRUTH is our county water basins are in overdraft and the central coast drought continues. We need our water for more important needs than new oil wells.

The TRUTH is BIG OIL has plans to expand in SLO county by 481 new oil and waste injection wells. Oil operations remove 500,000,000 gallons of water from SLO county aquifers every year do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is 120,000 gallons of toxic waste-water is injected into our drinking water aquifers every day in SLO county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G helps by reducing a planned increase in greenhouse gas emissions associated with expanded oil drilling. SLO county oil fields extracts one of the most carbon intensive oils on Earth. Every year 100,000 metric tons of CO2 is generated by Big Oil extraction in our county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is Big Oil wants to greatly expand the number of wells in our county and allow for a future of fracking. More water wasted and more risk of water contamination is what we face if YES on Measure G is not successful.

13 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 11/01/2018 at 9:19 AM

Re: “Measure G campaigns clash as opposition spends millions

VOTE - YESonMeasureG.org - Protect our Water - Ban a future of Fracking

Big Oil lies are intended to deceive you

The TRUTH is Yes on Measure G allows existing oil operations to continue for as long as the operators want.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G allows all routine well maintenance as defined by State rules and regulations, including use of acids for maintenance only.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G bans new oil drilling and future fracking in SLO County.

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G takes a huge step toward protecting our groundwater resources.

The TRUTH is our county water basins are in overdraft and the central coast drought continues. We need our water for more important needs than new oil wells.

The TRUTH is BIG OIL has plans to expand in SLO county by 481 new oil and waste injection wells. Oil operations remove 500,000,000 gallons of water from SLO county aquifers every year do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is 120,000 gallons of toxic waste-water is injected into our drinking water aquifers every day in SLO county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is YES on Measure G helps by reducing a planned increase in greenhouse gas emissions associated with expanded oil drilling. SLO county oil fields extracts one of the most carbon intensive oils on Earth. Every year 100,000 metric tons of CO2 is generated by Big Oil extraction in our county do we want that to grow?

The TRUTH is Big Oil wants to greatly expand the number of wells in our county and allow for a future of fracking. More water wasted and more risk of water contamination is what we face if YES on Measure G is not successful.

9 likes, 7 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 11/01/2018 at 9:04 AM

Re: “Big oil vs. SLO

This is about is protecting our water from the GREAT EXPANSION of oil production in SLO county. 481 wells are proposed in Arroyo Grande alone, some of them are proposed to inject even MORE oil waste into the UNAPPROVED water aquifer. Allow existing production and jobs, but STOP the GREAT EXPANSION of illegal and inconsiderate oil practice here is SLO county is more like it. Oh, and by the way lets ban fracking, because if oil operators in Price Canyon are willing to illegally inject oil waste into unapproved water aquifers then they would be first inline to FRACK the county once it became feasible.

Chevron who only owns pipelines in our county has spent $4 million (so far) to allow expansion and fracking - what will this GIANT do next in our county?

Vote YESonMeasureG.org - Protect our county water supply, Ban Big Oils GOAL to greatly EXPAND oil production in our county.

Big Oil has spent nearly $6 MILLION to allow Oil Expansion and Fracking in our county.

(note: Some small amount of that $6 Million is paid to little trolls to write comments following every new story, right Voice of Reason?)

5 likes, 5 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 10/19/2018 at 9:44 AM

Re: “Money mails

I'm supporting YES on G for the future of our county! Thank you Shredder ... It takes a lot more money to convince the public when you LIE...

9 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Doug Timewell on 10/05/2018 at 9:48 AM

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