If you can’t get to Kissimmee today, you can watch it live on the Osceola County Commission’s website. And if you can’t get to that one, the pipelines are coming up at four other county commission meetings in Georgia and Florida from today through next week.
And that’s not all:
- Noon today, Monday, 10 February 2014, Colquitt County Commission on Sabal Trail pipeline at their Work Session.
- 5PM tomorrow, Tuesday, 11 February 2014, Lowndes County Commission Meeting and Protest at their Regular Session.
- 7PM tomorrow, Tuesday, 11 February 2014, Colquitt County Commission on Sabal Trail pipeline at their Regular Session.
- 5PM Thursday, 20 February 2014, 3 minutes a question at Gilchrist County Commission at their Regular Session.
Even many FPL allies oppose new methane pipelines, because of water, safety, health, fracking, property values, and other issues, and even county commissions in all three directly affected states (Lee County, Alabama started way back in May 2014) are having to respond to citizen concerns about unnecessary, environmentally damaging, and property-taking methane pipelines. Let’s go straight to solar and wind power!