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Stop the Pipeline to Hold Comment Writing Events at Green Earth

Members of Stop the Pipeline (STP) will hold two comment writing events on Saturday, February 7th and Saturday, February 21st, from 2:00-6:00 PM at The Green Earth, 4 Market St., Oneonta.  These are part of the campaign to convince the DEC to deny water and air quality permits for the Constitution Pipeline. Constitution received conditional approval from the federal government but can’t be built without permits from NY State.

Pipeline construction endangers long-term water and air quality, creates a threat to headwaters and related stream systems, and compromises spawning and viability of important fish species.  With Constitution, wholesale tree stripping, especially on hillsides, will lead to increased flooding in an area recently devastated by more frequently occurring 100-year inundations.  Landowners, many facing eminent domain proceedings, will lose property value and access, and the quality of life they have established through years of hard work.  The Constitution with its associated compressor stations, and a second pipeline project proposed by Kinder
Morgan, are a threat to our health, environment, land values, and way of life.

Join your neighbors in telling the DEC to do what is environmentally and ethically correct – deny Constitution Pipeline the 401 water quality certificate and air quality permit.  With the help of STP volunteers, create personalized letters from sample comment letters and Talking Points. Bring a laptop if you have one, or just bring your pen. For more information, see http://dec.stopthepipeline.org/write-to-nys-dec/

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