Large crowds showed up at recent hearings in North Carolina and West Virginia to voice their views – the large majority of which were negative – about whether the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) should be granted by each state’s environmental regulatory agency a water quality certificate under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act.
The much-anticipated hearings on Section 401 water quality certificates for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) will begin on Monday, August 7. The hearings on the applications for the two pipelines are part of a comment period that ends August 22 for written comments.
The Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition has just published an interactive Critical Zone Mapping System (CZMS) in support of citizen efforts to overcome the continuing failure of the regulatory system. Dominion Energy, with the cooperation of state and federal government,
- – Staunton News Leader, Nancy Sorrells Op-ed – 8/1/17
- – NC Policy Watch – 7/31/17
- – North Carolina Public Radio – 7/25/17
- – WDBJ7, Roanoke – 8/2/17
- – BBS News – 7/28/17
- – Roanoke Times – 7/31/17
- – Roanoke Times – 8/1/17