Oakwood Hills Residents Meeting Wednesday Night

Here’s an email sent to those concerned with the Oakwood Hills power plant proposal:

To those that are opposed to the Oakwood Hills Power Plant:

We hope that you feel that our opposition efforts have served you well.

Thanks to your generous donations, we have hired an attorney and filed our first complaint against the Village of Oakwood Hills.

This is just the beginning! You can read about our complaint at the following link:


Please attend our opposition hearing on Wednesday, September 10th at 6:30PM. The event will be held at Prairie Grove School.

We kindly ask that you join us for an hour to receive an update on our opposition efforts.

David McSweeney

David McSweeney

We will have guest speakers: State Representative David McSweeney, our attorney Steve Cuda, and an expert in the energy generation business will speak.

In addition, we will provide general updates on the our donated money, next steps, and also allow time for Q&A.

While we know many of you have prior commitments with the local high school events at Cary and Prairie Ridge, we hope that everyone else will be able to attend.

Remember, the reason we have been so successful is because of our turnout at events.

While money and donations are critical to our success, your presence is the MOST IMPORTANT asset we have.

Please show up on September 10th and show your support for the opposition.

See you this Wednesday at 6:30!


Oakwood Hills Residents Meeting Wednesday Night — 8 Comments

  1. Go get um Oakwood Residents.

    You, all banning together will make the difference.

    It is great to see such passionate people fighting together for the good of Oakwood.

    Other will follow in your footsteps as you all set a determined example and fight for what you believe in.

  2. Where is the outrage against all the school board members that are raping us taxpayers here?

    Why aren’t these politicians doing something about that also!

  3. This is about the Oakwood Hills power plant and the meeting. Resident on

  4. Looks like we should have some great candidates running in 2016 and 2017 over this.

    Thanks to the leadership for doing such a great job on this. Its a blueprint for how to become active in local politics, which we all have much more control over, than the larger races.

  5. I hope your right Gasser, there has only been one new person running in the village in the last 6 years and that was Funk.

  6. Voter, I know, but if half the energy (no pun intended) of this was put into lowering taxes I don’t think we’d be the 25th most expensive county in the country.

    Where the vast majority going to schools.

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