Greene County Democrats
Leave Your Comments by 2/22
Updated: Feb 22
Add Your Comments: Click HERE • Deadline February 22
We need you to help Right now, the fossil fuel industry proposes that the “Iroquois” Pipeline Company drastically increase the amount of gas they push through an existing aged 37-year-old, 414 -mile long fracked gas pipeline, which runs from the New York/Canada border to Long Island and NYC. In order to push more gas through the aging pipeline, they are applying to double the size of four ALREADY toxic and noisy compressor stations along the route of the pipeline - in Athens and Dover NY, and Brookfield and Milford CT.
Take Action! Send YOUR comment today using this easy and helpful comment tool to issue your formal comment that will go directly to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Add Your Comments: Click HERE • Deadline February 22 https://actionnetwork.org/letters/tell-hochul-dec-deny-the-air-permits-for-iroquois-pipeline-compressors?source=facebook
The proposal in the news https://www.timesunion.com/business/article/greene-county-gas-pipeline-expansion-will-17738503.php Take action! Send a comment TODAY!
Rally on 2/22 - Rally to STOP the Iroquois Pipeline 12:30 - 1:30pm
Urge Governor Hochul and her Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to reject the dirty so-called "Iroquois" Pipeline expansion and its polluting compressor stations.
Join us on Wednesday, February 22, for a spirited press conference and rally, followed by a delivery of thousands of public comments to the DEC on the final day of their public comment period.
Please RSVP: https://www.mobilize.us/fww/event/551100/
This event is cosponsored by Concerned Citizens of Dover, Mid-Hudson Group of the Sierra Club, Sane Energy Project, NYPIRG, New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, and Food & Water Watch