Yesterday’s crop of intervenors included
Brooks County, Georgia,
Albany Audubon Society,
the county seat of Dougherty County, which filed the previous day,
Today’s the deadline!
Here’s how to file a motion to intervene.
Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG) filed.
MGAG is the customer Sabal Trail claimed in Georgia so it could try
to exercise Georgia eminent domain.
Sabal Trail said
Dougherty and Colquitt were the counties
despite both Dougherty County and Albany
having already passed resolutions wanting no Sabal Trail in their
city, county, or state, Colquitt County having passed a resolution against the
pipeline, and the Mayor of Moultrie saying on WCTV
that Moultrie had never been asked if they needed or wanted any gas.
Maybe today we’ll see motions to intervene by
Lowndes County and Valdosta, both of which have
passed resolutions against the pipeline.
That Brooks County motion is hard to find, being filed as Continue reading Albany, MGAG, and Brooks County, GA moved to intervene with Sabal Trail
Tuesday, Lowndes County will finally
vote on the resolution they
already sent to FERC.
That same day, 9 December 2014, the Valdosta City Council
in support of Lowndes County’s opposition to the Sabal Trail pipeline,
and quite likely the Valdosta City Council will vote on their resolution
Thursday 11 December 2014.
This is excellent news to close the week in which
Moultrie’s Mayor said on WCTV
Moultrie, the county seat of Colquitt County, one of the two counties
Sabal Trail said was one the two “as having the greatest potential to need additional gas supplies in the future”, that Moultrie
wasn’t asked about Sabal Trail’s agreement with the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG).
This week in which
the Valdosta Daily Times quoted Spectra’s Andrea Grover backtracking on eminent domain.
A week now closed with two resolutions proposed for voting next week
against Sabal Trail.