SpectraBusters board member Debra Johnson will be a panelist
June 1st Lowndes County Democratic Party monthly meeting
about environmental issues and property rights, 6PM 1 June 2015,
at the Lowndes County Board of Elections office, 2808 North Oak Street,
This topic obviously includes among other issues the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline.
Other panelists will be from the Lowndes County Commission, WWALS, WACE, and SAVE.
Anyone can speak up from the audience,
local TV covered Continue reading Sabal Trail as environmental and property rights issue @ LCDP 2015-06-01
Lowndes County citizen Larry Rodgers
this letter from Sabal Trail
as dramatized in this
also contains many “Pipeline? No!” signs with spectrabusters.org on them,
thanks to WACE.
That letter and
a response by Larry Rodgers’ attorney Bill Langdale
are included with
the SpectraBusters letter to the judge in Leesburg, GA,
where Sabal Trail is demanding eminent domain authority against
other landowners, and those landowners are countersuing for criminal trespass. Continue reading Video dramatization of landowner receiving Sabal Trail eminent domain threatening letter
It’s time for more counties to follow Dougherty County’s lead and pass
resolutions against the Sabal Trail pipeline.
Local protests in Valdosta and citizens speaking before local governments
emphasize that point.
Brittney Penland, VSU Spectator, Page 2, 6 November 2014,
Students, faculty protest future pipeline,
Protestors gathered on Oct. 31 at the corner of Park Avenue and
Patterson Street to argue against the building of the Sabal Trail
The protesters were associated with VSU’s Students Against Violating
the Environment and Wiregrass Activists for Clean Energy. The
costumes they were dressed in for Halloween attracted honking and
“thumbs up’s” from those driving by.
Another protest is scheduled for today at Continue reading VSU Spectator covers pipeline protest at Valdosta Sabal Trail office
can march from VSU, go to this protest at the Sabal Trail office in Valdosta (facebook event), and onwards to
the Sabal Trail Open House in Jasper, FL, all today.
Joe Adgie wrote for the VDT 21 October 2104,
Sabal pipeline protest today,
VALDOSTA — Wiregrass Activists for Clean Energy will be
protesting the proposed Sabal Trail Pipeline today.
The protest will be located on the corner of Park Avenue and
Patterson Street from 4-5 p.m.
The VDT neglected to mention that that’s Sabal Trail’s Valdosta office address,
Sabal Trail opened back in December. Continue reading Sabal pipeline protest today –VDT
Stop the Sabal Trail Pipeline, says the billboard on Bemiss Road in Valdosta,
reports Michael G. Noll.
This billboard was organized by
WACE. Continue reading Stop the Sabal Trail Pipeline –Billboard in Valdosta
Update: 10 Feb 2014: Watch it online or go to one of several other upcoming county commission meetings.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Valdosta, 6 February 2014 —
Local landowner Monica Martin will speak to the Osceola
County Commission about the proposed Sabal Trail methane gas
pipeline and its effects on the aquifer, native wildlife,
and the landscape, plus property values and property rights.
Other local citizens may also speak in the same "Hear
the Audience" section (turn in a "Request to
Speak" form before the meeting). Anyone from anywhere
can come listen, or protest against the pipeline
Monday, February 10 th 2014
Administration Building 4 th Floor
One Courthouse Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Why: Spectra Energy,
which had compressor station leaks in Maine last month and
in Pennsylvania last year, plus multiple fines by Pipeline
Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) for
corrosion and leaks, and a record $15 million EPA fine for
PCB contamination, proposes a hundred-foot-wide gash through
our lands for their huge 36 inch Sabal Trail gas
pipeline from Alabama through Georgia to feed Florida Power
and Light (FPL) and Duke Energy for no benefit to local
citizens and rate hikes for FPL customers. A one-time
payment is not enough Continue reading Question the Sabal Trail pipeline in Osceola County 2014-02-10
Come see where the gas for the Sabal Trail pipeline comes from:
posted by Danielle Jordan of
When: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 7:00pm
Bailey Science Center at Valdosta State University Room 3009
Students Against Violating the Environment (S.A.V.E.) and Wiregrass
Activists for Clean Energy (WACE) will be hosting a free screening
of Gasland II on Thursday, November 7th at 7:00 pm. Come learn about
the dangers of fracking and how you can get involved in the movement
to end it. The event is open to the public. Discussion will follow.
Trailer: Continue reading Gasland II movie at VSU 7PM Thursday 7 November 2013