L.A. is Being Fracked


Gary Gless CCSC

Gary Gless in his Baldwin Hills Neighborhood that sits next to the Inglewood Oil Field.

Gary Gless in his Baldwin Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles. Gary is one of the founders of Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community (CCSC), a volunteer group started in 2008. He lives adjacent to the Inglewood Oil Field the largest contiguous urban oil field in the country. Baldwin Hills, Windsor Hills, Ladera Heights, Inglewood and Culver City are some of the neighborhoods that surround the field. Fracking is already happening here and throughout California. This urban oil field sits on a 7.4 fault line.

On June 12th there is a Ban Fracking Now Protest in front of the Culver City Hall at 5:30 pm followed by the DOGGR Hydraulic Fracturing Workshop and public comment session about “regulating” fracking. CCSC, Food and Water Watch, Grassroots Coalition, Environment Now,Neighborhood Council Empowerment Congress West, and 50 thousand Californians support a ban.

June 12th at 5:30 – 6:30 PM Protest
7-9 PM Workshop/Public Comment
9770 Culver Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

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4 thoughts on “L.A. is Being Fracked

    • Thank you adding your voice to this critical issue from your home adjacent to the oil field. It is your stories and those living with oil and gas in your neighborhoods that need to be heard. This project is here for you!

    • Thank you for sharing your story and welcoming me to your neighborhood. Your efforts are raising awareness about the unregulated fracking happening in L.A. and throughout CA that is endangering people’s lives.

  1. These Wells and Oil Fields were there when the houses were built and the current owners bought

    The Homeowners are killing the Resale Values NOT Fracking

    Those Pesky Cracks in Gless’ Driveway are caused by 1] Poor Soil Compaction by the Builder – 2] The Several Hundred Earth Tremors we get in LA every year

    Why do you try to make California more of a National Joke than it is already?

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