TUESDAY, APRIL 26: NJDEP Dewatering Permit Public Hearing (for proposed new compressor station in Chesterfield NJ of Transco’s Garden State Expansion Project)
WHERE: Chesterfield School, 30 Saddle Way, Chesterfield, NJ 08515
WHAT THIS EVENT’S ABOUT:
It will give the public an opportunity to comment on Transco’s request for a permit to dewater (remove the water from the ground in order to build) the parcel of land for the proposed compressor station. Transco will need this permit and their 401 Water Quality Certificate to construct the compressor station.
We oppose the issuance of the dewatering permit and 401 Water Quality Certificate for the construction of the Transco Williams Compressor Station 203 in Chesterfield, NJ. This infrastructure will threaten the health and safety of our air, water, and community.
Note: This might be our last chance to be heard on this proposal. We must continue to resist this infrastructure by attending and speaking at the hearing, and submitting public comments to the DEP.
HOW to TAKE ACTION:
Submit your comments by May 3rd to:
Mail Code 401-04Q,
Department of Environmental Protection,
Division of Water Supply & Geoscience,
P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625
TAKE ACTION BULLETIN:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27: BPU hearing against NJNG’s proposed gas bill increase
WHEN: 4 p.m. and again at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Freehold Township Municipal Building, 1 Municipal Plaza-Schanck Road, Freehold Township
WHAT THIS EVENT’S ABOUT: Speak out at the plan that would, in part, pay for the — yet unbuilt and unneeded — Southern Reliability Link pipeline through the Pinelands.
Rip up yur easement agreement event!
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Landowners To Rip Up Their Unsigned Permanent Easement Agreements from PennEast Pipeline
Demand UGI,PSE&G, AGL, NJR, SE, and SJI Drop the Project!
New Jersey & Pennsylvania — Landowners are meeting next week to publicly rip up the permanent easement agreements that they have received from UGI Energy Services for the proposed PennEast Pipeline. Residents are joining together in four locations along the proposed route on Wednesday and Friday (February 10th and 12th) to rip up these documents and demand that the company immediately drop the project.
Landowners from all the townships involved are saying that we will not be bought off, we will fight this project until the bitter end if need be.
UGI, PSE&G, and the other four companies should respect the will of the people who are demanding an immediate end to this project.
Being the week before Valentine’s Day, residents are reinforcing that: It is not hard to break up and are saying–Goodbye PennEast.
Press are encouraged to attend the event that is closest to them:
Friday, February 12th
4 PM – Fisher’s Farm
740 Rosemont Ringoes Road,(Rte. 604) Stockton, NJ 08559
Alice Orrichio, Holland TWP CCAP