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Council Updates

Impacted Residents and Supporters Shut Down FERC offices in Washington, DC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2014 1:44 PM   25 People Arrested Blocking Entrances to FERC, Protesting Proposed Fracked Gas Export Facility and Pipelines.  WASHINGTON - July 14 - Residents impacted by shale gas infrastructure and their supporters, including Council staff, blocked the entrances to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) headquarters today in protest of the proposed Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility and pipeline projects throughout the northeast.
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Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Informational Primer
 Who: Williams Company Inc. has proposed to construct the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline.
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Community Impacts of Sunoco Logistics’ Proposed Mariner East I Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline
  Contact: Sam Koplinka-Loehr, Shale Gas Organizer. (215) 567-4004 x115 or skl@cleanair.org What is it?
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Landowners & Community Members Take Over Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Open House, Demanding Answers to their Concerns
 Last Wednesday night, Williams’ Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company held an open house at Millersville University in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania regarding their proposed Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project. Over 1000 landowners and community members came prepared to ask questions of the Fortune 200 Company about the impacts that the project will have on their communities.
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Council Testifies Against Cove Point Liquefaction project
Comments of Clean Air Council on the Environmental Analysis Prepared by FERC Relating to Dominion Cove Point Liquefaction Project
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Clean Air Council calls for investigation into Pa. Department of Health
Environmental groups call for investigation into Pa. Department of Health July 16, 2014 | 4:03 PM By Marie Cusick Five Pennsylvania environmental groups are calling for an investigation into the state Department of Health, in the wake of allegations it deliberately ignored public complaints about natural gas operations. As StateImpact Pennsylvania first...
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Impacted Residents and Supporters Shut Down FERC offices in Washington, DC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2014 1:44 PM  25 People Arrested Blocking Entrances to FERC, Protesting Proposed Fracked Gas Export Facility and Pipelines.  WASHINGTON - July 14 - Residents impacted by shale gas infrastructure and their supporters, including Council staff, blocked the entrances to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)...
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County Considers Stricter Regulations on Wood Burning
 County Considers Stricter Regulations on Wood Burning By Liz Reid Julie Burgo was shocked when she was diagnosed with asthma in her 40s. But she had a hunch of what was causing the disorder: her neighbors’ wood burning fireplace. When she approached her neighbors and told them that their habits were negatively affecting her...
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Clean Air Council sues EPA over Pa. haze plan
 3 groups sue EPA over Pa. haze plan  The suit alleges the government agency OKd a flawed pollution policy void of improvements. Three environmental groups sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday, contending that it improperly approved a Pennsylvania plan aimed at addressing haze pollution.  They say the plan fails to limit emissions of...
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Residents, officials discuss Sunoco pipeline fight
By Kendal Gapinski, Daily Local News     WEST GOSHEN – More than 70 residents, local officials and environmental groups gathered at the West Goshen Township building Thursday night to learn more about the local fight against Sunoco Pipeline’s Mariner East Project.The community meeting, held by the Chester County Community Coalition, was a chance...
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