Consent forms for pipeline concern SC property owner

{gallery}/04_13_10/pipeline{/gallery} Less than a week after a Medford meeting against the proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Pipeline, property owners on the pipeline route received documents from Pacific Connector asking for consent to inspect and conduct removal-fill activities on the said properties. Bob Barker, affected land owner and informational specialist for the Southern Oregon Pipeline Information Project,…

Governor & Shady Cove oppose FERC pipeline decision

On Dec. 17 immediately  after learning that federal regulators had approved the pipeline project from Coos Bay to Southern Oregon, Governor  Kulongoski and Attorney General John Kroger announced Oregon will request rehearing of the decision authorizing the Jordan Cove Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) import facility and associated Pacific Connector pipeline.    “Today’s decision by FERC does…

Citizens and attorney meet over pipeline

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Crowd demands answers on pipeline

Crowd gathering in protest of proposed liquified gasline near Shady Cove After a protest on Highway 62 in Shady Cove, at least 80 irate citizens commandeered a presentation by Pacific Connector and Williams Pipeline Company to change the format of the meeting. They wanted answers to their questions about the proposed 237-mile liquefied natural gas…

Citizens ask governor's help to cancel pipeline

Landowners along the proposed 231 mile Pacific Connector Pipeline, which is scheduled to run from Coos Bay to Malin are asking for support from the general public in their letter writing campaign to Gov. Kulongoski, senators and representatives opposing the project.      The pipeline will go through Trail, go under the Rogue River in…