After Pennsylvania explosion, Ask your county commission to rescind Sabal Trail agreements or at least write the Army Corps of Engineers

Aerial view of incinerated site A Spectra Energy pipeline blew up east of Pittsburgh, incinerating a man’s house and sending him to the hospital with burns. Spectra declared force majeure (Act of God) and is fiddling gas deliveries all over the east coast, as far away as Little Rock, where a branch of that same Spectra Texas Eastern pipeline blew up under the Arkansas River in May 2015. Do you want that under the Withlacoochee or Suwannee River or Okapilco Creek?

For Lowndes County, Georgia, you can write to commissioner@lowndescounty.com.

You can ask them to rescind their easement agreement with Sabal Trail, or to at least invite the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to investigate numerous omissions by Sabal Trail in what it told FERC.

Sabal Trail is suing Georgia landowners for eminent domain right now in federal court in Columbus, GA. Do you want what happened in Salem Township, PA to happen to your neighbors, to you, or barely a mile from Clyattvile Elementary School?

Georgia is the fastest-growing U.S. solar market, and Florida should be. There is no reason to accept any degree of risk for this unnecessary pipeline.

-jsq

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