Beth Gordon told a Gainesville, FL TV reporter 1500 feet from her home is still too close
for the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline.
And since they moved it off her property, they won’t entertain any compensation.
Same for you, if a pipeline blows up in your county or state like one did in neighboring Gilchrist County, Florida in 2012:
you get no compensation, but your taxes may have to pay for emergency responders, hospitals, etc.
Jesse Pagan reported Wednesday 22 October 2014 for WCJB TV,
Natural Gas Pipeline Concerns, Levy County,
“It would destroy the whole way of life here in Levy County.”
“I never gave them permission, yet I came home one day
and they’d cut into my locked gate.
I don’t know how they did it.
I think they climbed over my fence.
There were surveyor stakes all over my property.
First they wanted to put it on my property.
Now they’ve moved it onto the farm next door.
The reporter said that’s about 1500 feet from her property,
“Too close for her comfort.”
“And because the property isn’t physically right on our property,
they will not entertain payment for it.
The reporter mentioned her
petition to the Florida Public Service Commission (FL-PSC) Continue reading Sabal Trail surveyed without permission –Beth Gordon on WCBJ TV
11AM 10 July 2014, Leesburg, Georgia,
according to the Clerk of Court in Lee County:
Sabal Trail Transmission v. James E. Bell II and Robert Bell,
Case number 14CV208RS.
Others tell me the Bells are countersuing Sabal Trail for
going on their property despite being told not to.
Whatever is decided there will affect every other pipeline
land access case.
This is an opportunity for pipeline opponents from everywhere
to help: show up at the hearing, write a letter of support for the
Bells, maybe even file a legal brief, or demonstrate nearby.
There was another case Continue reading South Georgia pipeline trials
According to reliable sources, Sabal Trail is going on people’s
property without permission, repeatedly, today.
This is in Georgia.
Everyone please be on the lookout.
Anyone willing to take pictures and send them,
we can post them anonymously.
If anyone is willing to go on the record,
that’s even better.
Pipeline companies should be aware that people take trespassing