Loads of pipeline news – we’re being heard!
LOTS AND LOTS happening on the pipeline front and in the news the last few days. The people’s voices are being heard, and the curtain is being pulled back to expose how unnecessary and how devastating the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline projects will be to the citizens of Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.
We must keep up the pressure! Call or email Governor Northam about the compressor station permit. Thank local governing bodies, such as the Augusta and Nelson County Boards of Supervisors and the Staunton City Council, who have stood up for the people of their communities despite intense pressure from Dominion. Continue to contact your state and local representative with your concerns.
We know that a lot has been coming at you recently, but in the last hours and days we’ve heard…
…and that construction has been halted, once again. (Photo: Gabe Cavallaro/The News Leader)
…that Dominion was denied a floodplain permit in Nelson County.
…that Dominion has met more delays since the compressor station vote was postponed. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
…another story of Dominion bulling and trying to divide a community. (Timothy C. Wright/For The Washington Post)
… more on the injustice of the pipelines. (Richmond Times-Dispatch | File 2017)
…and good news for our friends to the south, Virginia is suing MVP for violations. (The Roanoke Times | File 2018)