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
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Filed with FERC
26 November 2013:
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Many residents here in north central Florida do not know about the
FERC meetings scheduled to take place starting next week. Aren’t
they supposed to be posted in a newspaper in advance of the meeting
dates? Residents here use the following publciations: Lake City
Journal, Lake City Reporter, Suwannee Democrat, Gilchrist County
Journal and Gainesville Sun. Where are the dates, locations and
comment with FERC.