Land owners affected by this project are listed as private (confidential) –James W Padgett to FERC about cemeteries in path of PF14-2 Florida Southeast Connection

Filed with FERC 18 November 2013:

James W Padgett, President
Olney-Alger Family Trust
42550 US Hwy 441 N
Okeechobee, FL 34972

November 7, 2013

Robert Sharra, Business Development
Florida Southeast Connection, LLC.
700 Universe Blvd
Juno Beach, FL 33408

Dear Mr. Sharra:

I am President, of Olney-Alger Family Trust Inc and represent the interest of the Padgett Cemetery in Indian River County and the Willis Cemetery in Osceola County. These two cemeteries are near the proposed route of the Pipeline Project PF14-2.

Our concern is the preservation of our historic family cemeteries. Each Family Cemetery is on private land or surrounded by private land. The owners, who are not part of the Padgett or Willis families, of such lands, may not have the same concerns as ours. Also the list of land owners affected by this project are listed as private (confidential) and may not contact our organization for comment.

The attachments are provided so you can determine if the cemeteries are impacted and alternative routes could be found.

Please consider these cemetery sites so our history is preserved when deciding the final route of the pipeline.



James W. Padgett

Cc: Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Jeff C. Wright, Director Office of Energy Projects
Charles Lande, Senior Attorney Florida Power & Light Company
Pamela Rauch, President Florida Southeast Connection, LLC.

Attachments(6): Olney-Alger Family Trust lnc—Webpage, Padgett Cemetery — Directions Aerial. Willis Cemetery — Directions. Aerial, FSC — Map

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