And don’t forget the FERC Scoping Meetings starting this week: today in Albany, tomorrow (Tuesday) in Valdosta, and Wednesday in Moultrie. You can testify to the federal agency that can deny this pipeline.
Shannon Wiggins wrote for WALB yesterday, Lowndes County woman opposes pipeline,
Carol Singletary lives in West Lowndes County and says she’s not in favor of a natural gas pipeline that would run across her property. She’s worried about child safety, and also has environmental concerns. She’s encouraging other landowners to voice their concerns, and hopes an alternate route is chosen.
“When you have it within 100 feet of your home, you cannot have any sense of security there. There are alternate routes that aren’t being considered. So I want to get those on the table and some strong considerations given to those,” said Carol Singletary.
Even if it’s not next to your home, your tax dollars will go to clean up any leak or explosion. So come speak up!
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