As you may know, the Frenchtown Borough Council passed a resolution
recently opposing the PennEast Pipeline.
After much scrutiny into the proposed pipeline plan, the Frenchtown
Environmental Commission has drafted a comprehensive statement in
opposition to the pipeline that will be read into the record at the next
Federal Environmental Regulatory Commission hearing on the pipeline,
Thursday, Feb. 26, 6 pm at The Grand Colonial, 86 Route 173 W., Hampton, NJ
Below is a message from the Environmental Commission regarding the
statement. The statement itself is attached to the email.
Warren Cooper, Mayor
Borough of Frenchtown
29 Second St.
Frenchtown, NJ 08825
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From: Holly Low
Date: Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 12:56 PM
Subject: FEC Statement re. PennEast Pipeline
To: joel boriek
The Frenchtown Environmental Commission has written a statement to submit
to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding the proposed PennEast
We urge Frenchtown residents to read it (link below and attached as PDF)
and learn about potential impacts to the Borough. Feel free to take info
from it, and please submit comments to FERC by the deadline – this Friday,
Feb. 27 (https://ferconline.ferc.gov/
Besides impacts to habitat and wildlife, and increased flooding risks,* all
Fren**chtown residents should be concerned about the threat to our drinking
water*. Residents who live on Everittstown Rd, Ridge Rd, Kingwood Ave and
the Hilltop/Ward neighborhood should be concerned about potential impacts
to their well water.
Contact the Environmental Commission with any questions at
*Please forward this message to Frenchtown residents.*