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Landowners To Rip Up Unsigned Permanent Easement Agreements From PennEast Pipeline, Demand UGI Drop the Project

Posted February 9, 2016

New Jersey & Pennsylvania (February 5, 2016) — Landowners who would be impacted by the proposed PennEast pipeline 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 10 and 12) 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:

NEW JERSEY:

Friday, February 12
4 p.m. – Fisher’s Farm
740 Rosemont Ringoes Road, (Rte. 604) Stockton, N.J. 08559

PENNSYLVANIA:

Wednesday, February 10
4 p.m. – Wagner’s Farm
207 Field Drive, Bethlehem, Pa. 18020
Arianne Rox, CCAP, 484-357-7474, aaarianne@hotmail.com

Friday, February 12
12 p.m. – Carbon County Courthouse
4 Broadway, Jim Thorpe, Pa. 18229
Linda Cristman, Save Carbon County, 415-847-1607, lachris@ptd.net

Friday, February 12
2 p.m. – Luzerne County, Pa.
Scott Cannon, Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition, videoinnovation@epix.net

 

 

 

 

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