to FERC, even demands, aren’t working, not even from elected officials at
every level, city (Albany), county (Dougherty), state (Georgia), and federal.
Now they are escalating to demonstrations and flooding FERC with
comments while getting in the news.
Tracey Smith, WFXL, 9 July 2015,
Top leaders meet to stop the Sabal Trail,
For years local leaders have been fighting against the Sabal Trail
pipeline and the compressor station set to be built in Albany and
Dougherty County. Now it’s time for the final push against the
Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard, Georgia State Representative Winfred
Dukes, County Commissioner John Hayes, Albany Commissioner Roger
Marietta and other top leaders all got together in one room, for one
reason: to stop the Sabal Trail from happening.
Their concerns range from Continue reading Albany and Dougherty County, GA leaders meet to stop Sabal Trail
The same day as Sabal Trail’s Albany Open House,
the local county commission considered a resolution against pipelines.
Now if they’ll go for
an actual ordinance with legal teeth….
And don’t forget the string of protests today, culminating in
the Sabal Trail Open House in Jasper, FL.
Dougherty County Commission considers anti-pipeline resolution:
Commissioner John Hayes asks board to take formal stance against natural gas pipeline,
ALBANY — A Dougherty County Commissioner asked the members of
that body Monday to support a resolution formally opposing the Sabal
Trail natural gas pipeline that is expected to come through the
District 2 Commissioner John Hayes called for Continue reading Dougherty County Commission considers anti-Sabal Trail resolution
At that South Dougherty League meeting yesterday,
Gloria Gaines summed up Sabal Trail’s proposed compressor station near Albany, GA:
“This proposal should vehemently be challenged; it should be vehemently opposed.”
Aaryn Valenzuela reported for WALB TV yesterday,
Proposed Sabal Trail pipeline and compressor station raises concerns, Continue reading Dougherty County fighting Sabal Trail pipeline