Sunday, November 1, 2015

1,400 intervenors want to join PennEast Pipeline process

Christina Tatu writes in The Morning Call:
The status is important for those who oppose the project because it makes them a party to the proceedings and allows them to appeal any decisions made by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the independent agency responsible for approving natural gas pipelines.
Among the intervenors are 22 of the 29 municipalities along the pipeline route, which extends from Wilkes-Barre to Mercer County, N.J., cutting through Northampton County along the way.
The majority of intervening municipalities oppose the project, though not all of them have taken a stance.
In their interventions, the Northampton municipalities, except for Williams, called the project a threat to the Lehigh Valley’s environmental resources.

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