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Protests about Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Plant in Gibbstown NJ
According to the protestors, the project involves two 100-railcar trains and/or 300-400 tanker trucks per day coursing through 100s of communities in the below 4 states, putting hundreds of thousands at risk of injury or death in a disaster
Petition to commissioners to stop this: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/petition-to-stop-fracked-gas-export-on-the-delaware-river
Those with Twitter accounts can send messages to the following:
.@GovMurphy (NJ governor)
.@NYGovCuomo (NY governor)
.@GovernorTomWolf (PA governor)
.@JohnCarneyDE (DE governor)
.@ArmyCorpsNAD (Army Corps of Engineers)
Hearing for PECO request for rate increase for natural gas
Average residential customer heating their home (80Ccf per month) will go up $7.12/month
Hearing, Thursday Dec. 10 at 1 and 6pm
It is possible to testify, or just listen
To register to testify you must do so by 5om Mon. 12/7
Registration for 1pm hearing testifying: https://tinyurl.com/y58pyaqd
Registration for 6pm hearing testifying: https://tinyurl.com/y43j9nuw
if you just want to listen, contact the OCA to get call-in information: Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA) at 1-800-684-6560
Federal EPA Environmental Justice Grants
$11 million in technical assistance grant funding available to environmental justice and brownfields communities.
Deadline to apply 12/22
For more information go to:
Learn how to submit an application through Grants.gov
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