https://drive.google.com/…/1ManH8_zoA8gaHbxRcuNLytPCj…/view… Above is a link to the slides from the West Amwell Citizens Against the Pipeline meeting that was held this past Wednesday. We had a good sized crowd, and were graced by Mayor Dale, Committeeman Cally, and a representative of the West Amwell Police Department. The capsule summary – PennEast will almost certainly be … Continue reading Winter is Coming….
These are the letters that West Amwell CAP is recommending we have all residents send to our elected officials and relevant agencies. At this critical juncture we need to remind our political leaders what’s at stake, and just how large the body of constituents who are united against PennEast is. Specifically, we want our officials … Continue reading Letters to Officials to Oppose PennEast
West Amwell Citizens Against the Pipeline (WACAP) made a number of submissions to FERC during the 30 day extended comment period from November 4th, 2016 to December 5th, 2016. There were serious issues with routing in the vicinity of Old Route 518 West, issues with the Suez water site at Swan Creek, concerns about incomplete … Continue reading WACAP Submissions to FERC during 30-day DEIS Comment Period
A meeting of WACAP will be held Wednesday, May 25th 2016 at 7:30-8:30 at the West Amwell Municipal building. Agenda: Introduction to HALT PennEast & the HALT trespassing lawsuit PennEast timeline NJDEP, DRBC, FERC updates Commenting on upcoming Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) The tide is turning – pipelines are being delayed, withdrawn, or downright … Continue reading WACAP Meeting Wednesday, May 25th
West Amwell Citizens against the Pipeline has conducted a detailed analysis of PennEast’s stated purpose and need as indicated in their recent application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Below is the executive summary from that report, see the end of this post for a link to the full analysis. The PennEast Pipeline Company, … Continue reading Detailed Analysis of PennEast purpose and need justification
There’s a clock ticking people. You have three weeks to register as an intervenor on the PennEast pipeline. If you miss that window you miss out on important rights. And the clock started last week! What the heck is an Intervenor? When PennEast filed formally with FERC last week, the process changed. There are new things … Continue reading Announcing the Intervenor Convenience Service
PennEast formally submitted their application to the federal government for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity last Friday. This is a major change in the project status and impacts everyone who is opposed to the pipeline. We will be discussing the changes at a meeting at the municipal building this Wednesday, September 30th at … Continue reading PennEast Formally Files with Federal Government