Citizens renamed Sabal Trail the Sinkhole Pipeline because it doesn’t belong in the sinkhole-prone karst limestone of the Floridan Aquifer.
FERC can’t say they weren’t told, since videographers followed them
through all four cities so far; see for yourself.
Albany, Monday 28 September 2015, videos by Thomas Swain
Moultrie, Tuesday 29 September 2015, videos by Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange (LAKE)
“You tell us you’re sorry and it happens again”, said Continue reading Videos: Citizens against Sabal “Sinkhole” Trail pipeline to FERC in Albany, Moultrie, Valdosta, and Lake City
The page FERC lost of the Dougherty County resolution against
the Sabal Trail pipeline asks FERC to move it completely out
We ask that serious consideration and analysis be given
to the alternative route through the Panhandle of Florida, a copy of
which is attached hereto.
The missing page is now
integrated into the previous post.
Thanks to Dougherty County Attorney Spencer Lee for sending it.
And below is that
Panhandle route, as filed by Sabal Trail with FERC in November 2013. Continue reading Consider Panhandle route: page 2 of Dougherty County Sabal Trail resolution
Update 2014-11-11: Thanks to Spencer Lee,
Dougherty County Attorney, for sending the second page of the
resolution, which does ask FERC to move the pipeline completely out
of Georgia; see
below. 2014-12-11: PDF of the two pages of the resolution and PDF of the entire FERC filing with the missing page interpolated.
FERC managed to lose the actual resolution on the second page of
Dougherty County Commission’s FERC filing of today,
but the WHEREASes are enough to see that DoCo says
….the health and
welfare of our community will be severely compromised by the
construction ofthe pipeline and any associated compressor stations
within Dougherty County; and
it is clear to the Board that, to this date, Sabal Trail has not
articulated a justifiable need for the pipeline as it traverses
Here’s a PDF on SpectraBusters.org of today’s DoCo filing,
in case FERC manages to lose that, too.
Here’s the WHEREAS page while we’re waiting on FERC to find the lost
page, like it eventually did for
Bill Kendall’s letter about lack of need, false pretense, and duress.
Maybe FERC just can’t handle the truth?
Continue reading FERC lost half of Dougherty County Sabal Trail resolution
A RESOLUTION IN OPPOSITION TO THE 465 MILE INTERSTATE NATURAL GAS
PIPELINE PROPOSED BY SABAL TRANSMISSISON, LLC AS SAID PIPELINE
TRAVERSES THROUGH DOUGHERTY COUNTY; REPEALING RESOLUTIONS OR PARTS
OF RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.