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Amazon's Data Center 

Only Success in Court Can Stop the Amazon Data Center

We promised our fellow citizens that it's not over, and it isn't. CFFC has filed a lawsuit on behalf of town residents who will be directly impacted by Amazon's data center - and we need your help. 

All legal expenses will be borne by CFFC and we could use the help of our friends and neighbors to protect the community we all care about.


Your support will enable us to pay legal costs related to stopping the Amazon project from moving forward through this litigation.

"This suit recognizes that the town of Warrenton has ignored its own zoning ordinances, its own comprehensive plan, its own legally prescribed processes, and the clearly expressed desires of the vast majority of its citizens in approving this data center.”

- Kevin Ramundo, CFFC President

3 Other Ways to Support the Ongoing Litigation

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Situation Overview

On February 14, after months of opposition and countless hours of verbal comment, the Warrenton Town Council voted 4-3 to approve Amazon's SUP application - setting in motion Amazon's plan to build a 220,000 square-foot data center on a 42-acre lot adjacent to Country Chevrolet in Warrenton. 


Serious questions remain about the lack of transparency surrounding the application and the council's dealings with Amazon. The vote was not the end, but the start of an even more robust effort to protect our town and county. Our organization has committed thousands of hours and tens of thousands of dollars to opposing this data center, and will continue to do so.


CFFC is all in, and we will continue to work with you and our fellow conservation groups.

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