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Davenport Town Board Speaks Out: NO Pipeline

by Support Team in FERC DEIS

Davenport Town Board Tells FERC NO

Kudos to the Davenport Town Board and Supervisor Dennis Valente for sending a clear, sharply worded resolution to FERC stating opposition to the Constitution Pipeline. Further, the resolution states that any actions by Constitution Pipeline to route the line through the Town of Davenport will meet vigorous opposition. 



Bullying and intimidation must not be allowed to repress free speech.

by Support Team
Bullying and intimidation must not be allowed to repress free speech.


Why we need to build community now!

by Support Team
Why we need to build community now!

This was the third night in a row for the FERC team, and they looked tired but determined.  Williams again bussed in union workers from Rome and Newburgh to pack the room and dominate the speakers list.  Judging from their comments, most of which we’d already heard in Oneonta on the previous evening, none of them have actually read the DEIS that they were supposed to be commenting upon.  Most simply said that the DEIS was complete and adequate, and then moved on to fantasize about jobs and economic salvation for upstate NY.



Are you looking for some inspiration to write a comment?

by Support Team in FERC DEIS , FERC Hearing , Pipeline


Constitution’s Survey Crews Still Going Rogue?

by Support Team

Three individuals identifying themselves as working for CP attempted to trespass on land on Brick House (Hill) Road- land they do not have permission to survey.



All Banks said they would not consider a Mortgage loan for my property

by Support Team in FERC DEIS , FERC Hearing , Pipeline

Mark E Archambault, local resident, discusses issue around getting a mortgage from SFCU, Community Bank, and NBT bank.

"All Banks said they would not consider a Mortgage loan for my property if indeed a pipe line lease and pipe line existed on this property. The loan officers said this would be because of their liability on the property."



Gas Pipelines and Homeowner’s Insurance

by Rachel Goff

Not even FERC can get information and answers from insurance companies as to how this pipeline could potentially affected landowners



I have come to the realization they only care about the stockholders and wall street.

January 1, 2014, by Support Team

I was a proponent of the Constitution Pipeline since its inception.  And thought it was a great thing for the area. But after dealing with the people from the gas company, I have come to the realization they only care about the stockholders and wall street.



Eight Reasons not to sign that Pipeline Easement Agreement

July 18, 2013, by Support Team

Just in case anyone you know is on the fence, you might want to give them this list:



Why eminent domain is the best option

July 3, 2013, by Support Team

Bob Lidsky's position on why eminent domain may be the best option for landowners - and the best way to stop the pipeline.