Yesterday Sabal Trail submitted to FERC a gold mine of contact information in the form of Updated Appendices C and D to the Public and Agency Participation Plan for the Sabal Trail Project under Docket No. PF14-1, submitted by Lisa A. Connolly.
Appendix C: Stakeholder List — Non-Landowners Federal, State and Local AgenciesThis list includes the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in Mobile, Birmingham, Savannah, and Jackonville thhe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) in Daphne, Alabama, in Atlanta, Townsend, and Fort Benning, Georgia, and in Vero Beach and Jacksonville, Florida, the EPA, NOAA, and numerous state offices in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, and a long list of Indian tribes.
Appendix D: Agency Permits/ApprovalsNone of these are actually for permits yet; they’re all for process or consultation.. Agencies listed include FERC, EPA, USACE, USFWS, NOAA, a long list of federally recognized tribes, and state conservation, natural resources, transportation, wildlife, parks, and historic preservation agencies for Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, as well as quite a few TBD (to be determined) contacts for specific counties, including, surprisingly, Tift County, Georgia.
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I have begun calling the stakeholders on this list. Since it is a Friday, I am reaching mostly voice mail. I did get a chance to speak with John Doresky and was advised that his agency would be meeting with Sabal Trail next Friday. He was very open to hearing my concerns. I suggest everyone call and voice your concerns. We have to speak out or we will not be heard.