Do you believe Sabal Trail that the pipeline won’t affect the value of your land? If what Spectra Energy’s Vice President of Stakeholder Outreach & Sustainability says is true, why doesn’t Sabal Trail just buy the affected properties? They should be able to resell it later for equal or greater value.
Rheya Spigner wrote for mysouthwestga.com (fox31online) 12 December 2013, Possible pipeline through Colquitt County,
They didn’t quote Andrea Grover, Director, Stakeholder Outreach. Maybe they discovered she, like Brian Fahrenthold, was not familiar with Spectra’s history of fines? And as a Vice President, Susan Waller would appear to be Andrea Grover’s boss. Have we gotten their attention enough that they are escalating within Spectra?
John Peconom of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) says he reassured residents today that he will be looking over the impact of several aspects in the area. He adds, “vegetation, river, wetlands, how close it is to the house the impact it will on the people and the environment” are just a few of many the FRCC have to look over before starting the project.
He lists himself on Linkedin as Environmental Biologist – NEPA Project Manager with FERC, so I’d hope he’d care about vegetation, river, wetlands, and even people.