The Pipeline is not a “Done Deal”
WHAT CAN YOU DO? – ATTEND:
Selectmen Meeting: Wednesday, September 9, 7:00pm @ Town Hall
Selectman Terranova Community Meeting: Thursday, September 10, 7:00pm @Lynnfield Market St.
Meeting Room (600 Walnut Street)
FACTS: Kinder Morgan has to file and get FERC approval
The Pipeline could affect Lynnfield’s Water Supply
FERC cannot, however, preempt water quality standards and certain other certification programs that are authorized by federal law but implemented by the state.
Source 1: hap://wwwfas.org/sgp/crs/misc/97-488.pc/j)
The company also wants this pipeline for export markets.
How would the pipeline affect my property value and ability to get a mortgage?
It appears likely that the pipeline would decrease individual property values and the value of surrounding properties.
(Source 1: http://www.forensic-appraisal.com/gas pipelines_q a)
Fixing the leaks in existing pipelines in our region could improve energy efficiency substantially.
Write to your legislators:
Your selectman, representative and congressman telling them you do not want the pipeline in your community.
Tell them you do not want this pipeline through your town
Write to MA Energy Facilities Siting Board
The Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Board participates in FERC proceedings for natural gas pipelines to represent the interests of the Commonwealth and its citizens. Comments should be sent by email to both Stephen.August@state.ma.us and firstname.lastname@example.org
In written testimony include:
Project docket number (PF14-22)
Created By Concerned Lynnfield Citizens, Posted By: Katy Shea