Available online: Pipeline Coalition & Sen. Ayotte request NED application dismissal

Two documents are available for download from the Pipeline Project Information page (http://masonnh.us/pipeline-project-information/):

Sen. Ayotte petitions FERC chairman to dismiss NED application

U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte drafted a letter to the FERC Chair Norman Bay on May 6, 2016, in which she calls on him to dismiss the NED pipeline project application immediately.

Pipeline Coalition files motion to dismiss request with FERC

The NH Municipal Pipeline Coalition, which is comprised of numerous towns including Mason, filed a motion to dismiss request with FERC on May 3, 2016. It outlines all the reasons why FERC should dismiss the NED pipeline project application immediately.

Available online: Town of Mason’s Motion to Intervene filing to FERC

On Jan. 15, 2016, Town Counsel Carolyn Elefant prepared and submitted the Town of Mason’s Motion to Intervene to FERC. This filing requests that FERC grant the Town a motion to intervene in opposition to the proposed NED pipeline project, and also petitions FERC to deny the NED application.

You can view the PDF document online (http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/Town-of-Mason-Motion-to-Intervene-FERC.pdf) or access it from the Pipeline Project Information page (http://wp.me/P4DDC5-19E).

Available online: Pipeline Coalition’s scoping comments to FERC

On Oct. 15, 2015, the NH Municipal Pipeline Coalition submitted scoping comments to FERC. The Coalition represents 15 communities in New Hampshire, including Mason. To view the PDF, click here: http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/PipelineCoalition_ScopingComments_2015-10-15.pdf.

For general pipeline project information, go to: http://masonnh.us/pipeline-project-information/

35 Conservation Commissions Send Pipeline Opposition Letter to FERC, Gov. Hassan

The Mason Conservation Commission has announced that in a letter to FERC and Governor Maggie Hassan, 35 conservation commissions jointly oppose the Northeast Energy Direct pipeline. For links to the press release and the letter, go to the Pipeline Project Information page: http://masonnh.us/pipeline-project-information/

Available online: Responses from FERC and Gov. Hassan regarding pipeline concerns

Two letters have been posted on the Pipeline Project Information page (http://masonnh.us/pipeline-project-information/).

Available online: Letters from Pipeline Coalition to Gov. Hassan, Sen. Ayotte and Rep. Guinta

The NH Municipal Pipeline Coalition, which is comprised of numerous towns including Mason, sent letters to Governor Maggie Hassan, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, and U.S. Representative Frank Guinta and requested meetings to discuss the Northeast Energy Direct pipeline proposal. These letters serve as a follow-up to previous correspondence in which the Coalition received no response.

To view these letters, go to: http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/2ndNHDelegationLettersFromCoalition.pdf