While every level of government can, and should be contacted, in order to stop the Constitution Pipeline from becoming a reality in our community, FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission needs to know you DO NOT WANT THIS pipeline.
Below are immediate steps you can take.
Comments will be accepted on the permit applications from Dec. 24, 2014 to Jan. 30, 2015.
Critical Information on FERC’s Conditions (pdf downloadable version)
While some people are trying to convince you that FERC’s certificate means the pipeline company can now proceed, this is far from true. All of the following conditions must be met
BEFORE construction can start.
Many of these conditions are within the landowners’ control. If you do NOT allow access to your property, these conditions cannot be met, and construction cannot begin.
Eminent domain proceedings can be challenged until all of these conditions have been met.
Anne Marie Garti
December 4, 2014
File your own complaint with New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman asking for an investigation of the letters sent to landowners.
Tell the Attorney General that the letters contain ominous language intended to intimidate landowners into capitulating to the pipeline company’s demands. Tell the AG the the letter includes arbitrary deadlines and citations of legal statutes that may not be relevant to the pipeline.
Tel the AG that you are outraged by these lies and deceptions.
Office of the Attorney General
Eric T. Schneiderman
Albany, NY 12224-0341
8:30 - 6:00, Monday - Friday
Office of the AG, Press Office: NYAG.Pressoffice@ag.ny.gov