The proposed Sabal Trail methane pipeline is
number 1 on the topic rotation on
Rep. Sanford Bishop’s Congressional (GA-02) website:
We would like to hear from you about the proposed Sabal Trail Transmission
Gas Pipeline project.
The links lead to
a page that says:
The proposed Sabal Trail Transmission Gas Pipeline project would
transport up to a billion cubic feet of natural gas each day through
about 24 miles of Dougherty County on its 465-mile route from
central Alabama to central Florida. The natural gas carried by the
pipeline is intended to provide electricity for a large portion of
the state of Florida.
You can voice your opinion about the proposed pipeline by mail,
telephone or electronically:
Kimberly D. Bose
Secretary of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street N.E., Room 1A
Washington, DC, 20414
That contact information is all for contacting FERC.
While no doubt Rep. Bishop himself is most interested in hearing from constituents,
it doesn’t say just constituents, nor was his
listening session in Albany limited to just constituents.
Congressman Bishop’s own
own contact page
does say he is only able to reply to e-mails from constituents.
Here’s how to
find your own representative.
And here are links to
contact information for every Congress and statehouse member and
county commission and city council of county seats of counties
in all three states (Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) along the proposed
Filed with FERC
16 April 2014
with special subject
“Congressional Submittal submitted in FERC PF14-1-000 by US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES”.
Rep. Bishop is listening to citizens about the pipeline
10AM Thursday 17 April 2014 in Albany, GA.
SANFORD D. BISHOP, JR.
SECOND District, Georgia
COMMITTEE on Appropriations….
Congress of the United States
House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515
April 14, 2014
Ms. Cheryl A. LaFleur
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20426
Dear Acting Chairman LaFleur: Continue reading Extend the comment period –Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (GA-02)
Received yesterday from one of the organizers. -jsq
A Listening Session
with Congressman Sanford Bishop
Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 10:00 AM
Room 100 of the Dougherty County Government Center
222 Pine Avenue
Subject: Sabal Trail Transmission
Gas Pipeline Proposed Project
The session is being held to allow citizens to provide feedback and
with the Congressman on the proposed Sabal Trail
Transmission Gas Pipeline Project. This is a very significant
concern for a variety of reasons, among them public safety,
environmental and economic impact.
Congressman Bishop’s district covers most of the path of the proposed pipeline,
making him a key ally in Congress to oppose the pipeline,
if he can be convinced to do so. Continue reading A Listening Session with Congressman Sanford Bishop