Update 15 February 2014:
Now six board members; see Board page.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Valdosta, January 16, 2014 —
SpectraBusters, Inc. has incorporated in Georgia with board
members from all three states on the path of the proposed
Sabal Trail Transmission methane pipeline:
The five SpectraBusters board
members include directly affected landowners and members of
a wide range of groups affected by the pipeline:
Beth Gordon, President,
doesn’t want a 36-inch pipeline through her horse farm
in Levy County, Florida, where she practices law with The
Gordon Law Firm. She filed
a legal protest with the
Florida Public Service Commission against the pipeline and spoke
against it at the
Levy County Commission, noting this
pipeline is much bigger than previous pipelines or
those that blew up recently in Oklahoma or Texas, plus the company
behind this pipeline has
a long list of fines for PCB
pollution by EPA and for property damage, leaks, and
negligence by PHMSA.
Larry Rodgers, Treasurer, Continue reading SpectraBusters, Inc. board: all three states along Sabal Trail Pipeline
Filed with FERC
24 November 2013:
Danielle Jordan, Valdosta, GA.
The proposal to build a natural gas pipeline by Sabal Trail/Spectra
Energy is unnecessary and, undoubtedly, not in the best interest of
the citizens living along its path. Not only will the construction
of this pipeline create safety issues and devalue the property of
affected landowners, it also serves as an extension of the fracking
industry responsible for contaminated groundwater in drilling areas.
The externalized costs of the natural gas industry are far too
detrimental to public health for this to be considered when the
potential for solar power in our region remains largely untapped.
Furthermore, natural gas has been marketed as Continue reading Respect the rights of citizens and landowners –Danielle Jordan to FERC