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Alabama U.S. Congress Senators and Representatives with govtrack.us map of Congressional districts, and Alabama’s own map of Congressional districts. The Sabal Trail pipeline and Hillabee Expansion Project are proposed for the districts of Mike Rogers (AL-03), Spencer Bachus III (AL-06), and Terri Sewell (AL-07).
Mo Brooks (AL-05) is on the pipeline-pushing SUBCOMMITTEE ON TERRORISM, NONPROLIFERATION, AND TRADE, which also wants the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) for even more LNG exports.
Beyond the incumbents, here’s everybody who’s running for all of the above plus quite a few other offices.
See below for county commissions along the Sabal Trail Transmission pipeline path and city councils of county seats. In alphabetical order: Chambers County, Coosa County, Lee County, Russell County, Tallapoosa County.
Please also send links to watershed or conservation groups or other related information.
And don’t forget Spectra wants to run another pipeline through Alabama, the so-called Renaissance project. It would go through the Congressional districts of Mo Brooks (AL-05) and Rep. Robert Aderholt (AL-04).
Coosa County (its category is always up to date)
Tallapoosa County (its category is always up to date)
- 2013-11-18: Only 50 feet? Sabal Trail in Alexander City, AL
Chambers County (its category is always up to date)
Lee County (its category is always up to date)
- 2013-05-27: Commission to hear proposal on regional pipeline, by Drew Taylor, Opelika-Auburn News.
- 2013-05-28: Ala. Officials Consider Natural Gas Pipeline Plan, AP.
- 2013-05-28: Alabama officials consider natural gas pipeline plan by Stephanie Wilson, ABC 13, WSET-TV, Lynchburg, Danville, Roanoke Virginia.
- 2013-05-28: Sabal Trail packet on Lee County Alabama agenda 28 May 2013.
Lee County Commissioners discuss natural gas pipeline proposal
by Christina Kleehammer and
Lee County Commissioner Robert Ham expressed that his concern is the safety of the citizens there, and the impact it’s going to have on them.
The 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, California, which left eight people dead, is an example of why the idea of this project is unsettling to some.
- 2013-05-30: Pipelines, lower-cost road surfaces among discussion topics at county commission, by Fred Woods, Editor, Opelika Observer.