One vote could have stopped this.
One vote could vote out one or more of the four who voted for.
Thanks to Roger Marietta for fighting on.
Carlton Fletcher, Albany Herald, 15 March 2016,
Albany city commissioners agree to Sabal Trail easement payment:
Pipeline company to pay city $165,000 settlement for five easements,
The Albany City Commission voted 4-3 at a called meeting Tuesday
morning to accept a $165,000 payment from Sabal Trail Transmissions
for five easements on city-owned property.
Ward IV City Commissioner Roger Marietta suggested Continue reading Albany, GA caves to Sabal Trail 4-3 →
Property rights, environment, health, and safety are why citizens oppose Sabal Trail, including
tonight in Albany
Tuesday in Moultrie or Wednesday in Valdosta.
Be sure to show up by 5:30 PM to sign up to speak.
Caitlyn Chastain, WTOC, 28 September 2015,
Public meetings ahead for Sabal Trail Pipeline, starting today,
It’s a project that has gained a lot of attention and a lot of
Many people are concerned Continue reading Citizens oppose Sabal Trail in Albany, Moultrie, and Valdosta this week –WTOC, Albany, GA →
Locals are concerned about the health of mankind, of everybody,
and call on our elected and appointed officials to stop the Sabal Trail
fracked methane invasion.
I haven’t heard too much from the elected officials in Terrell County as concerned.
As a matter of fact,
I haven’t heard from our state representative.
Even our Senator who represents this area, on the
health of the citizens that live in this area.
I understand that the generator station Continue reading Terrell County minister picketing Sabal Trail in Dougherty County →
“I am concerned after studying, talking to individuals and the
environmental and economic impact that I am opposed to the
Dated 10 November 2014,
filed by FERC
18 November 2014 as Accession Number: 20141118-0021, Continue reading I am opposed to Sabal Trail’s Alternative –GA Rep. Gerald Greene to FERC →
Agritourism, economy, and environment were among the reasons
Terrell County followed
and passed a resolution against the Sabal Trail pipeline.
FERC didn’t post the County Chairman’s cover letter, but the County Clerk sent it to me.
What else has FERC neglected to post?
Filed with FERC
13 November 2014,
Protest of Terrell County Board of Commissioners (Georgia) under PF14-1.
WHEREAS, Spectra Energy of Houston, Texas has proposed building a
$3.7 Billion, 460-mile gas pipeline from Central Alabama to Central
Florida known as the Sabal Trail, and:
WHEREAS, a growing contingency of local and area residents have
expressed opposition to construction of the pipeline and compressor
stations used to force the natural gas through the pipelines, and:
WHEREAS, The construction of the pipeline through Terrell County,
Georgia will severely impact agricultural and agiitourism businesses
located in the county, and:
WHEREAS, it is clear to this board that the Sabal Trail will not Continue reading Agriculture over pipeline: Terrell County resolution against Sabal Trail →
A FERC comment period ending 15 November 2014 seems to mean
Sabal Trail will miss its 31 October formal filing date.
No relief suggested for crossing the Withlacoochee River at the border
of Brooks and Lowndes Counties, Georgia (or inside Lowndes County
next to Valdosta, according to
several of the previous alternatives).
And every proposed path still crosses the Suwannee River
into Suwannee County.
Maybe that’s because
the Dougherty County Commission and
the Albany City Council actually stood up for
Gilchrist County (see Wacassassa Flats Alternative),
Suwannee County Commission
swallowed Sabal Trail disinformation and
the Lowndes County
Commission and the Valdosta City Council did
one letter from the Chairman)
one letter from one Council member).
There’s still time for Dougherty, Lowndes, and all the other
counties and cities
to pass ordinances, and to lobby state and federal agencies and
elected and appointed officials.
Oh, and there’s an election going on.
Also no mention of
Sabal Trail’s Jasper, Florida Open House,
5-7:30 Tuesday 21 October 2014, but STT’s newspaper notice said the public
is invited, so y’all come!
Filed with FERC today, 15 October 2014,
Supplemental Notice of Intent to Prepare an Environment Impact Statement for the Planned Southeast Market Pipeline Project and Request for Comments on Environmental Issues etc. re Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC under PF14-1.
No. PF14-1-000 Continue reading Sabal Trail Notice of EIS Intent and Route Alternatives →