Watch our virtual town hall to learn more about the newly-launched ‘ACT on KUB’ campaign to bring more Accountability, Cost-Savings, and Transparency to our local utility, KUB through a proposed City Charter Amendment that Knoxvillian’s could have the opportunity to vote on the general election this fall. With the campaign kickoff last week and the news coverage of City Council taking up the ACT on KUB initiative, make sure you have the facts you need to understand the campaign and hear questions from community leaders and coalition members.
-Stan Johnson, Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development (SEEED) Executive Director
-Reverend Calvin Taylor Skinner, One Knox Legacy Coalition Co-Founder, and Convener
-Bri Knisley, Appalachian Voices Tennessee Field Coordinator
-Dr. Stephen A. Smith, SACE Executive Director
Learn more and take action at www.ACTonKUB.org!