Two of the most organized Riverkeepers in Georgia, plus the Georgia Sierra Club and a group of landowners in Dougherty County, Georgia, have retained environmental law firm Greenlaw to address the Sabal Trail Pipeline. The task is difficult because of lack of information from Sabal Trail and from FERC. Here Steve Caley of Greenlaw spells out what his clients have asked for and how it’s been refused. You can help by also asking FERC or your elected officials to ask FERC to provide the missing information and to extend the Scoping Period. The PDF of the letter includes the attached documents. -jsq
Filed with FERC 27 November 2013 by Dinorah Hall:
November 26, 2013
Dear Matthew J. Calvert,
We, the undersigned, are landowners who have received several letters from Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline LLC’s agents and attorneys informing us of Sabal’s intent to enter our respective properties to conduct surveys in connection with the FERC Docket No. PF14-1. Originally, some of us had given consent to the company to conduct the surveys. However, based on recent events including the company’s refusal to provide us with details about its proposal and its efforts to harass us with visits, letters and phone calls about the survey, we hereby RESCIND our original permission.
We do not believe that you have a right Continue reading We hereby RESCIND our original permission –Kiokee-Flint Group