HTCAPP is thankful this season for many things. Chief among them, is the unity of our community members all along the pipeline who continue to stand together and resist PennEast. If not for that, none of the following would be possible.
Other things we are grateful for:
1. FERC seems to have caught on to the sloppy, incomplete, and inaccurate work PennEast has been submitting and is calling them on it. Last week FERC gave PennEast 20 days to supply a massive amount of information, or state when they would be able to provide it. FERC stated:
Much of this information is not available to PennEast thanks to the refusal and resistance of impacted landowners and townships. Bravo!!!
Read all about it on the Cost of the Pipeline
4. We will continue to keep you informed with more community meetings in January. Attorney Anne Marie Garti from the Constitution Pipeline fight will be joining us to help folks understand more about the timing of what’s coming, what to expect, and what the general public and landowners need to know to protect their homes and communities and stop PennEast.