Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Columbia Riverkeepers: Citizens Guide To Stopping LNG Pipelines On Private Land

Oregon LNG plans to build over 120 miles of high‐pressure natural gas pipeline to connect its
proposed LNG terminal along the Columbia River in Warrenton to an interconnect in Molalla.
An additional pipeline across the Cascade Mountains (similar to Palomar Pipeline) is likely. If
successful, Oregon LNG can use the power of eminent domain to bulldoze private property
and build the pipeline without landowners’ permission.


g said...

Stop it, your scaring me.

If rivercreeper had their way, we'd all be living in grass huts and riding bicycles.

Anonymous said...

The scary thing is, a lot folks are.

Anonymous said...

In Norway many middle class folks spend the summer in little mountain huts living like there great, great grandparents , then fall comes and they go back to the socialist warmth of modern existence.

Anonymous said...

Only the elitists and their toady compadres are against such obvious economic boons to our native state.

Anonymous said...

Our native state you sound like a nativist

Patrick McGee said...

So, you really think CRK is that powerful Glenn?


g said...

No. I live in a house and drive a prius. CRK and LNG are a million miles away from my mind. I even found myself at a CRK fundraiser a month or so ago. My daughter is in the Knappa Marimba band and they played at the benefit.

The piano player that played at the benefit was excellent. Could have done without the anti corporation bs and the nutty chanting but what the hey. Gotta take the good with the bad. I'm not much of an activist I guess.

Hope all is well with you and keep up the posts.