ATLANTIC SUNRISE PIPELINE EXPANSION PROJECT
Williams Energy is proposing a gas pipeline through Lancaster County that would run the proposed pipeline about 35 miles through Drumore, Conestoga, Martic, Manor, West Hempfield, Rapho and Mount Joy townships. About 350 properties would be affected. Concerned? See below for resources.
WRITE TO FERC
Write or leave a comment with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. This government agency will approve/deny the project. While it is important to voice your concerns to local and state legislature, they will not be the ones voting on this matter, however, it has been said that Congressman/woman do have the ability to sway FERC’s decision making process. FERC is supposed to have representatives at the meeting tonight, but here’s how you may contact FERC directly and OFTEN:
Submit electronically: https://
Submit snail mail:
Docket No. PF14-8
Atlantic Sunrise ID is PF14-8-000
Monday, August 4th from 6-10 p.m. – Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Public Scoping Meeting for the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Expansion Project Proposed by William at the Student Memorial Center, 21 S. George Street, Millersville, PA 17551 at Millersville University. Williams staff will be available from 6-7 p.m. only for an open house. From LancasterOnline.com – “Your input will help the Commission staff determine what issues need to be evaluated in the environmental impact statement,” FERC said.
Submitted by: Kevin Brown, Ag Resource Specialist Bradford County Conservation District
200 Lake Road, Suite E
Towanda, PA 18848
570-265-5539 Ext. 6
March 17, 2014
NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Crop Yield Effects of Pipeline Installation
The Bradford County Conservation District and Penn State Extension are looking to study the effect that gas pipeline installation is having on crop yields. The goal is to confirm and develop protocols to follow in order to most effectively maintain, or bring the soil productivity back to, pre-construction (or better) condition. We are seeking landowners that would be willing to share their experience with these situations (both good and bad) and partner with us to potentially include their operation and property in the study. If you or anyone you know would like to speak with us about participating in this study, please give Kevin Brown a call at 570-265-5539 ext 101.
Evaulation of Reclamation Efforts from Pipeline Right of way Construction Using the Cornell Soil Health Test – Cornell soil health PIPELINE
INFORMATION FROM WILLIAMS
WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP INFORMATION
If you have any press releases, Engle Printing and Publishing will print them for free, as space allows, to notify the public about meetings and general info regarding the pipelie in the Lancaster, York, Chester, Lebanon and Dauphin county community papers. Send them to Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org
No Pipeline signs can be picked up at the Pottery Works 16 W Orange St, Lancaster, PA 17603 – Suggested donation $5 – call first to make sure they have stock (717) 299-9963