Protestors wearing respirator masks held signs reading "Biomass? No!" in front of the Valdosta City Hall building on Thursday. Members of the Wiregrass Activists for Clean Energy, the VSU student organization Students Against Violating the Environment, and other concerned Valdosta citizens showed up to protest the construction of the Wiregrass Power: Biomass Electric Generating Plant.The Spectator article quotes from two speakers for whom LAKE happens to have video, linked below.
"We already have solar power resources in place that we could be using and I feel like money should be directed towards that," Ivey Roubique, vice-president of the Student Geological Society, said. "It wouldn’t be good for the community and even though I’m in college here it still matters."