NO LNG Exports in Coos Bay – last day for comments

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NO LNG Exports in Coos Bay – last day for comments

Today is the last day to submit comments on dredging in Coos Bay. Check out the talking points in the link below and make sure to send in your comments about dredging to with the subject “Coos Bay Channel Modification Project EIS” before today ends.

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to analyze the potential environmental effects of approving a major dredging project on the Bay. The Jordan Cove LNG Export Project proposes to widen and deepen the Coos Bay Federal Navigation for LNG Tankers. The project would be funded in part by $60 million state grant, meaning taxpayers would foot the bill for a project that would largely benefit a Canadian corporation.

Read talking points for your comments in the link here:…

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On Thursday, September 21, 2017 the Canadian Company behind the Pacific Connector gas pipeline and LNG export terminal filed their application with the federal government, marking their third attempt to build a 235 mile pipeline through southern Oregon to ship fracked gas overseas.

You can help stand up to Jordan Cove by filing as an Intervenor on the project today!

Individuals, impacted landowners, conservation organizations and community groups can file as intervenors allow

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