Update 2018-09-13: The outcome.
Gil Norman, Sabal Trail Right of Way Manager, who at $200,000 a year has made more than $1 million off of helping Sabal Trail get easements to “use as we see fit in our absolute discretion.“; Michael Fletcher, Engineering Specialist, who said Sabal Trail put thicker pipe on land that might be developed (so thinner on farmland) and pipe probably would have less top cover under dips between hills; and property appraiser Carl Schultz, who “summarized the summaries” of eleven papers, at least one paid for by a pipeline company.
And different defendants, pictured here going into the building yesterday morning.
Defendant Jeb Bell brought a 32-inch hoop to illustrate how big Sabal Trail is bigger than that at 36 inches).
When: Continuing 9AM Wednesday morning, September 12, 2018.
Main Courtroom, Second Floor, U.S. District Court
401 N Patterson St., Valdosta, GA 31601
Sabal Trail Right of Way Manager Gil Norman attested that FERC could approve changing Continue reading