Posted August 11
On August 4, 2014 representatives from the Lancaster County Conservancy staff, Board, and experts from the community provided public testimony regarding a purposed pipeline in Lancaster County – EIS Comments – FERC Scoping Meeting on August 4, 2014 Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company, LLC
Atlantic Sunrise ID = Docket No. PF 14-8-000
Please preview these comments for talking points as you submit your own comments to FERC. (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission).
To access information or post a comment regarding the proposed Atlantic Sunrise gas pipeline or the Rock Springs gas pipeline, go to the FERC website at www.ferc.gov
Posted July 29
The Lancaster County Conservancy is in the process of planning and preparing for a Williams Pipeline meeting (evening)…August 4…7:00 pm at Millersville University
This meeting will be part of an Environmental Impact process. We are attempting to organize individuals to present statements on dwindling forests, Conservation Landscape, Natural Heritage Inventory and County Planning. These statement topics should be addressed by different people.
We must make an impression on FERC and Williams. The pipeline route has been moved away from Tucquan and Shenks Ferry for now but could easily and quickly be moved back to its original position.
The individuals who will testify should be prepared for the following:
1. State your qualifications.
2. This is testimony only no questions and answers.
3. Speak to the permanent environmental and recreational impacts.
4. Be as specific to the location as possible.
5. Your statement will be transcribed.
The scoping process allows us to comment on the environmental impacts before Williams prepares the required environmental impact statement. Think of the environment broadly to include, natural, cultural, recreational etc.
If you would be willing to support these efforts please contact me …We will further prep for your presentation… 717-669-6723 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Also let me know of others who may be willing to join our efforts.
Thank you for considering this important responsibility… Mike Burcin CEO/COO