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say NO to fracked gas exports at Cove Point Rally: Washington DC, July 13th, 12:30


12:30PM the National Mall in Washington, DC Information taken from   Rally location: Rally begins at 12:30PM, and the march will end by 3:30PM. Meet west of the Capitol, along Third Street NW on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The rally area is bordered by Third Street NW and Madison Drive NW to the …

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Martic Township Pipeline Meeting

Mt. Nebo Church on Tuesday July 29th at 7:00 pm

Conestoga Meeting Notes from July 8, 2014

The following is notes and links from the public meeting in Conestoga Township. Opening Thank you everyone for coming and to our supervisors for allowing us to gather and distribute information to the township. The purpose of this meeting is to touch briefly on the pipeline and it’s possible impact and quickly summarize issues that …

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Major re-routing of proposed gas pipeline in northern Lancaster County


By AD CRABLE | Staff Writer Williams Partners is planning a major re-routing of its proposed natural gas pipeline in Mount Joy, West Hempfield and Rapho townships.  About 200 new landowners will now be affected by the 15-mile re-routing farther east, Williams officials said. And most aren’t aware of the change. The new location of …

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Conestoga – Pipeline Meeting – July 8th

Conestoga Township Meeting Considers CELDF About 200 Conestoga residents met for a second time to learn more about the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline and consider their  options. Reports were given on Insurance & Mortgage concerns, Pipe size and number, and export of the natural gas. Links to the cited articles can be seen here. The meeting …

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1,100 swarm gas pipeline open house in Millersville

By AD CRABLE | Lancaster Online If sheer numbers were a factor, the Central Penn Line South natural gas pipeline proposed for Lancaster County would be in trouble. More than 1,100 people showed up Wednesday evening for an open house held by pipeline builders Williams Partners. Actually, 1,100 was just the number of people who …

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250 Residents Turn Out At Public Meeting in Conestoga


250 residents of Conestoga came out to the Conestoga Fire Hall Wednesday evening.  Malinda Harnish Clatterbuck of Martic Township presented her findings on the dismal safety record of Williams Partners, and talked about the potential impacts it could have on Lancaster County residents.   Residents voiced concerns about the proposed path, the lack of jobs …

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Protect ‘river hills’ from new pipeline

We members of the Muhlenberg Botanical Society are deeply concerned about the proposed route of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline through Lancaster County. We strongly object to the pipeline being put through the river hills area of the county. The river glens of Lancaster County are a unique and fragile area containing diverse habitats and providing …

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Conestoga: Public Meeting on the Pipeline

Conestoga Residents: Download and distribute this flyer to your friends and neighbors. Let’s turn out as many as possible for this important public meeting!

Williams Partners Expands Pipeline Network, Decreases Spending on Pipeline Infrastructure


Williams Partners, the company behind the proposed natural gas pipelines in Lancaster, is the subject of an article on today.  Alex Nussbaum writes: A probe into safety practices at pipeline operator Williams Cos. (WMB) is being expanded after a natural gas plant fire led to the evacuation of a town in Wyoming last month, the company’s third accident …

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