Federal, state lawmakers call for halt to $1.2B PennEast pipeline proposal

NJ.com, January 25, 2016 at 3:24 PM, updated January 25, 2016 at 3:26 PM — Federal and state lawMy Land - PennEast Go Homemakers joined New Jersey environmental groups Monday in calling for the review of the proposed $1.2 billion PennEast gas pipeline to be halted after questions posed by federal regulators have gone unanswered.

U.S. Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman, (D-12th Dist.), and Leonard Lance, (R-7th Dist.), along with state Senator Kip Bateman, (R-Somerset), and Assemblywoman Elizabeth Maher Muoio, (D-Mercer) called for the FERC review to be stopped.

Please Read Immediately: Signing Your Rights Away

The Cost of the Pipeline . . .

HTCAPP strongly urges you to read this online posting from Mike Spille’s The Cost of the Pipeline.com website about the outrageous and unbelievable offers that PennEast is making to landowners. They’re called “easement acquisition offer letters” and were sent in December (2015) to impacted landowners along their proposed route.

This is just the first batch of letters.  Whether you’re an affected landowner or not, we urge you to read this and get involved.

Mike Spille’s website: http://thecostofthepipeline.com/2016/01/01/signing-your-rights-away/