Stacey Amato

Stop Hermosa Beach Oil

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Committee Chairwoman for Stop Hermosa Beach Oil, a neighborhood organization opposing oppose the oil drilling project in that city

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In less than two months, Hermosa Beach will hold an election that could lead to big change on the shores of Santa Monica Bay.  Voters can decide to pay an oil company $17 million.

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In less than two months, Hermosa Beach will hold an election that could lead to big change on the shores of Santa Monica Bay.  Voters can decide to pay an oil company $17 million.

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