This newspaper didn’t mention Suwannee County, Florida may be
getting a compressor station.
And remember, the proposed pipeline path crosses
the Withlacoochee River a second time just before crossing the Suwannee River
to enter Suwannee County.
All of the
are listed on the
They resume Monday evening in Lumpkin, GA and Williston, FL.
Before that, Monday morning, the Lowndes County Commission, Georgia,
Spectra speak at their 8:30 AM Monday 9 December Work Session,
to answer questions submitted in advance by the public.
Suwannee Democrat, 30 November 2013,
Public invited to proposed gas pipeline open house events,
Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC will be hosting two open house
meetings for the interested public to learn more about the
underground natural gas pipeline project that is proposed to come
through Suwannee County.
The public is invited to attend the meetings on Tuesday, Dec. 3,
from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the Coliseum (11th Street/Fairgrounds) in
Live Oak and on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Branford
High School (405 S Reynolds St., Branford).
They also included “As previously reported by the Suwannee Democrat”:
Natural gas pipeline to extend 40 miles in Suwannee County
500 landowners could be affected
By Bryant Thigpen
Sabal Trail Transmission has announced their intent to construct a
natural gas pipeline which will run approximately 40 miles in
Suwannee County, according to Andrea Grover, spokesperson for Sabal
Trail Transmission. Plans are underway to construct a natural gas
pipeline from North Alabama to Central Florida and could be
constructed as early as Summer 2016.
If the proposed map remains unchanged, the pipeline is about 470
miles long and will make its way through four Alabama counties, nine
Georgia counties and 12 Florida counties, including Suwannee and
surrounding Madison and Hamilton counties.
The pipeline will extend for approximately 40 miles in Suwannee
County and approximately 500 landowners will be affected by this
project. About 100 landowners in Hamilton County will be affected by
this project as well.
“The routing is very much not set,” Grover said.
According to Grover, the current proposed route could change, but it
will stay within the 600 feet corridor. Grover said the pipeline
will run along existing rights-of-way for about 80 percent of the
route. When construction begins, the pipeline’s projection path will
be narrowed down to a 50 feet corridor.
In Lowndes County, Georgia, at least, “run along” means side-by-side but not on the same easement, so many landowners get a second pipeline gash through their property if we let this happen.
And why did Sabal Trail file with FERC
all those detailed alternative maps
one for a
“Hildreth Compressor Station, Suwannee County, Florida”?
Hildreth Compressor Station, Suwannee County, Florida, in Alternatives, by Sabal Trail Transmission,
for FERC Docket No. PF14-1-000, 15 November 2013, converted by SpectraBusters
SABAL TRAIL PROJECT, DRAFT RESOURCE REPORT 10, Alternatives, FERC Docket No. PF14-1-000, Initial Pre-Filing Draft, November 2013