What would you like to see for Rodeo?

In order to approve the County Land Use Permit for the Renewable Diesel conversion project at Phillips 66, the County, under the direction of Federal Glover for District 5, is negotiating a Community Benefits Agreement between P66 and communities local to the refinery. This money is to remediate possible/ probable harms to the community due to changes in polluting emissions, excessive noise emissions, and probable odor emissions, increased marine traffic, etc. Rodeo deserves 1 cent per gallon produced, as presented at the March 2022 Board of Supervisors meeting. Phillips 66 is receiving $3.32/gallon in State and Federal subsidies. We ask for one penny of that to remediate harms of the refinery processes. READ MORE

The Community Benefits Agreement could provide funding for things like: