DEP Approves Williams' Air Pollution.

We knew this was coming, but still, every time we're reminded that our health and safety don't matter to the state, it still hurts. 

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September 4 Email to LAP Supporters

With the PA DEP’s recent approval of the remaining 3 permits required for construction, Williams plans to begin digging and cutting and bulldozing their way across Lancaster County in a few short weeks. But we have other plans for our county. 

 

 

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Sisters in the Washington Post, Again!

Washington Post reporter Julie Zauzmer has written a follow up to her July 16th front page article on the Adorers and the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline. Zauzmer writes:

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Last Permits Issued; Williams Unscrupled

In a resounding testament to the toothlessness of the PA DEP, Williams was granted the three remaining permits. Construction, Williams say, will begin in mid to late October.

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August 27 Vigil

Sunday's vigil and community meeting was attended by more than 80 people, including local and regional Adorers, who hosted the event, Mark Clatterbuck and Malinda Clatterbuck who updated supporters on next steps, and the amazing Bobbi Carmitchell who sang. The weather was perfect. Click through for video and photos.

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Video by Center for Urban Progressive Politics

The Center for Urban Progressive Politics was at last weekend's chapel vigil and produced several videos. You can watch them here:

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First Responders and Free Speech

Nonviolent protest on your mind?

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In the Courts

StateImpact/NPR's Marie Cusick last week reported on two lawsuits that could put new light on pipeline construction:

 

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Thursday's Vigil

Andrea Ferich took this beautiful photo of the prayer vigil on Thursday night, August 24th. 


US District Judge Schmehl Rules; Williams May Seize Private Property

Judge Schmehl's decision gives immediate possession of the land to Transco. Read Schmehl's order and memo below, along with LAP's press release and related news stories.

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