UPDATE: Town Hall Meeting to Split California

State of Jefferson meetings Friday, Saturday

Staff Reports – ER
Posted: 01/09/2014 09:08:50 AM PST

Three meetings about the proposal to create a State of Jefferson are planned in Butte and Glenn counties.

Mark Baird and Terry Rapoza will speak at a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Friday at at Manzanita Place, 1705 Manzanita Ave., Chico.

Baird of Siskiyou County is manager of jeffersondeclaration.net and is spearheading the movement for dividing California and creating a separate Northern State.

Rapoza of Shasta County is a regional representative and speaker. He will address the aspects of state division, from a lawful and fiscal point of view.

A six-member panel will also conduct a question and answer session. For information, call Mike Wacker at 891-6828.

Two public meetings are planned Saturday in Glenn County.

The Glenn County Declaration Committee for the State of Jefferson will be holding the town halls at 11 a.m. at the Orland Memorial Hall, 320 Third St., and at 3 p.m. at the Willows Veterans Hall, 525 W. Sycamore St.

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3 Responses to UPDATE: Town Hall Meeting to Split California

  1. Dewey says:

    I will let all residents of CA know. The risk of Jefferson includes polluting the whole state. We will not allow the Koch Brothers to split up CA to tear up the land and pollute all water.

  2. Tina says:

    Dewey why do you blatantly lie? And do you really think people will take your exaggerated extreme accusations seriously?

    The people who want to split the state have no intention to pollute the any state. They rely on clean air ans water just like you do.

    On the other hand, the California legislature and the Governor have been consistently raping and pillaging the people of the state with draconian tax and green policies that will do absolutely nothing to create clean air and water but will line the pockets of the politicians and their cronies. They have killed many farmers businesses in the Central Valley. These policies do not represent the needs and desires of the people but the delusions of a select few.

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