Yes, how about a public hearing run by GA-DNR where Sabal Trail actually
has to answer questions in public?
GA-DNR may not publish comments about that proposed Sabal Trail air quality permit, deadline August 7th, but we asked for citizens to copy SpectraBusters for publication, and this one did.
From: Sarah Phillips
Date: August 4, 2015 at 2:26:52 PM EDT
Subject: Application #23350
Mr. Cornwell, I am a resident of Dougherty County, and we own the
land behind our house through which Sabal Trail proposes to clearcut a wide swath to run their natural gas pipeline. These 800 acres
are a habitat for several gopher tortoises, a few pileated
woodpeckers, wild turkey, ducks and deer. We have wetlands and wet
weather ponds. We are good stewards of this land, and we treasure
it. We are outraged about a proposed gas pipeline cutting through
Dougherty County is the only Continue reading We are outraged about a proposed gas pipeline cutting through our property!! –Sarah Phillips to GA-DNR
Filed with FERC
1 December 2013:
Thomas Lovett, Quitman, GA.
December 1, 2013
Thomas D. Lovett
250 Monument Church Road
Quitman, GA 31643
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20426
Re: FERC Docket No. PF-14-1
As a Brooks County, Georgia landowner who would be directly affected
by Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC’s proposed pipeline, I adamantly
oppose this proposed pipeline, for the reasons stated below.
The 36-inch pipeline/easement would cut a path approximately 5,480
feet long and 100 feet wide across our family farm, located at 250
Monument Church Road, Quitman, Georgia, 31643. Our family farm has
been continuously owned by my family for more than 100 years. I live
on the farm with my wife and two boys.
The pipeline, if allowed, would be approximately 680 feet directly
behind our residence. It would be approximately 790 feet from nearby
Morning Star Church Continue reading I adamantly oppose this proposed pipeline –Thomas Lovett to FERC