Opposition against the PennEast pipeline is continuing to have an effect, and it starting to snowball into a tremendous number of wins against PennEast and an increasing untenable footing for the pipeline company: http://thecostofthepipeline.com/2015/07/21/the-snowball-effect/ Continue reading NJ DEP, Mercer County slam the door shut against PennEast
There are several excellent comments and letters to the editor that have gone out in the past week. Please forward these to all of your friends, family and neighbors to spread the word about the pipeline opposition and what’s being done to stop it! Letter to the Editor: N.J. residents need to ‘stay strong’ in … Continue reading Recent pipeline commentary
We have compiled a spreadsheet containing all of the properties in West Amwell that are within the 400′ survey corridor of the pipeline. This is as of the published March 30, 2015 route from PennEast. Please note that this is still subject to change! Also we will be releasing a new map soon that … Continue reading Properties Along Current Pipeline Route
A meeting of WACAP was held at the municipal building on Monday June 15th, 2015. A number of residents were attendance as were 3 of our 4 board of trustees. These are the meeting minutes. Meet the WACAP Board of Trustees The five members of the WACAP board of trustees was introduced to the assembled … Continue reading Meeting minutes from Monday, June 15th
The May 2015 edition of the Stop PennEast newsletter is out, get your copy here: Stop PennEast May 2015 Newsletter This is a very informative newsletter that’s put out monthly by the folks behind stoppenneast.org. Continue reading May 2015 Stop PennEast! Newsletter is out
Last week FERC posted a letter they sent to PennEast containing their comments on a number of PennEast’s recent filings. The letter, along with other recent ones, is a very encouraging development because FERC is continuing to be critical of PennEast and is starting to listening stake holders along the route. The full letter is … Continue reading FERC is continuing pressure on PennEast
One of the most important things residents, businesses, organizations, and municipalities can do to help stop the PennEast pipeline is to send comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). FERC is the agency in charge with approving or rejecting this pipeline, and the more information you can get them on problems with PennEast or … Continue reading Let the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission know what you think!