A landowner is suing Sabal Trail Transmission for going on their land after being told not to. It’s a public hearing, so interested parties can come from anywhere to attend in a peaceful, lawful assembly.
Update 2014-07-08: See press release.
If the place or date gets changed, everyone is invited to come anyway. , PDF
|Date:||Thursday 10 July 2014|
|Times:||10AM assemble outside
11AM hearing inside
Lee County Courthouse
100 Leslie Highway
Leesburg, Georgia 31763
|Case:||Sabal Trail Transmission v. James E. Bell II and Robert Bell
Case number 14CV208RS
|What:||Alabamians, Georgians, Floridians, and everyone opposed to this unnecessary fracked methane pipeline, here is an opportunity to show you don’t want this hazardous destruction of the environment and property rights so a few companies can profit at everyone else’s expense.|
You can also do some of these other things:
Bring signs, posters, horses, or tractors
- Contact news media
- Contact allied people and organizations
- E-comment with FERC
Contact your local, state, national elected officials
- Send an affidavit of your opposition to the pipeline
- Send your affidavit for public posting before the trial firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you can’t come, hold an event where you are, and let everyone know
If you want to help organize, please send email to email@example.com.
We hear the pipeline company is calling opponents outliers.
All outliers can come see who’s lying!
SpectraBusters: We ain’t afraid a no pipeline!
Landowners and others opposed to the Sabal Trail gas pipeline through Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
Lee County, AL
Lowndes Co., GA
Levy Co., FL
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