Perhaps in response to a complaint from a local landowner, Sabal Trail has scheduled a makeup “Open House” meeting in Moultrie for 27 January 2014.
Lisa A. Connolly filed with FERC 9 January 2014, Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC submits its Supplement to Schedule for Open Houses for the Sabal Trail Project under PF14-1.
On November 12, 2013, Sabal Trail submitted the date and location for an additional open house. Sabal Trail hereby submits the date and location for an additional open house that Sabal Trail will hold in Moultrie, Georgia.
Here are the specifics:
This could have something to do with local landowner Sandra Y. Jones’ request to FERC of 26 November 2013:
I am asking FERC to require Sabal Trails to reschedule this meeting and place an ad in the local newspaper to inform the public. Most of the citizens in Colquitt county are not aware of this project. Sabal Trails is failing to neet FERC’s requirements of informing the public of this very dangeruos pipeline.
It looks like FERC actually got Sabal Trail to do something in response to one landowner request. How about also make Sabal Trail and Spectra try to justify their claims of eminent domain. And if they fail to do so, perhaps because of plans to export the gas, then reject this pipeline like just happened in New Jersey.