(Feb 12, 2015: YouTube Video) One Landowner Speaks Out . . . Ken Collins’ comments at the PennEast scoping meeting 2/12/15 in Wilkes-Barre, PA informing all landowners that if they all refuse PennEast access to their property PennEast will face too many eminent domain proceedings, give up, and go home without the PennEast pipeline ever going in the ground.
Editor’s Note: From our “friends” at Marcellous Shale Drilling News. The take away we can glean from this article is that gas is currently so plentiful and inexpensive in NJ that we DON’T NEED THE PENNEAST PIPELINE! Is it an accident that PSE&G is lowering it’s rates and attributing gas for our lower rate windfalls concurrently with all the dust up over PennEast?
“The farmland is forever compromised,” said Charles Fisher (pictured left), whose seventh-generation family farm would be diagonally crossed by the pipeline. CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer
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