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Town of Dryden Supervisor Writes FERC to Oppose Granting Dominion's Requested Wetland/Waterbody Protection Variances and Notice to Proceed Until the Concerns We Documented Are Resolved


Greetings Fractivists,

I am thrilled to report that Town of Dryden Supervisor, Jason Leifer, has written FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) to request that Dominion's New Market Pipeline's wetland/waterway protection variances be denied and that the proposed project not be permitted to proceed until the concerns Toxics Targeting documented are resolved.

Town of Dryden Dominion New Market Pipeline Campaign Update/Nothing Has Yet Been Resolved/We Are Moving Political Mountains But We Must Keep Pushing Hard

Greetings Fractivists,

I am immensely grateful to each and every person who is helping to persuade Town of Dryden Board Members to take action to make sure that the proposed Dominion New Market Pipeline cannot proceed. I write to update you on our efforts.

In the last week, we have moved political mountains, but we must keep pushing because this highly complex matter has yet to be resolved. Please keep smiling, dialing and emailing.

Keeping Calling and Writing the Town of Dryden Board to Make Sure That Dominion New Market Pipeline Cannot Proceed

Greetings Fractivists,

I write to thank everyone who is helping to make sure that the Town of Dryden Board hears our respectful requests for urgent action loud and clear.

The Town Board has reportedly received "many, many" requests for action.

Bravo. That is great work. Pour it on.

What We Aim to Achieve

Our immediate goal is to require the Town of Dryden, FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) and Governor Cuomo to:

DENY Dominion's requested wetland/waterway protection variances;

We Are Still Batting 1.000 to Kill All Proposed Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Projects, At Least for Now/Pour it on/We are Hanging by a Thread

Please donate generously to support Toxics Targeting uniquely effective campaign to stop Governor Cuomo from permitting fracked gas pipelines, storage facilities and other infrastructure projects to be built across New York. These projects would exacerbate existing pollution hazards and perpetuate our state's addiction to fossil fuels for decades to come.