40 Million People in 20 states rely on the WV headwaters & underground rivers threatened by the proposed ACP

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NATURAL  GAS   IS   95 %  M E T H A N E  – R E A D
Same Width as Length of Football Field
ACTUAL WIDTH OF ACP EQUALS
LENGTH OF FOOTBALL FIELD  READ
INGAA – 25 UNKNOWN FEDERALLY REQUIRED WIDTHS – READ
 INGAA – SOURCES FOR ACTUAL WIDTH READ
 Snowshoe Resort View of ACP
 Actual WIdth - Trench
MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL = LOWERING RIDGES
A MINIMUN OF 50 FEET FOR FLAT WORK AREA
 Pt Mtn to ElksSp
INGAA – 25 UNKNOWN FEDERALLY REQUIRED WIDTHS – READ
 INGAA – SOURCES FOR ACTUAL WIDTH READ
   1BR Valley Fork to Elk Mtn

 UNDERNEATH THE ACP – MY CAVE SYSTEM

Underground

U N D E R G R O U N D   R I V E R S

MY CAVE MAPS – CONTENTS

Ferc photo strip

ELK RIVER FEDERALLY PROTECTED – DOMINION’S ACP NOT ALLOWED

WVMatters Comment to FERC – August 11, 2016

ELK RIVER HEADWATER STREAM THREATENED
             

 Mingo Run is Solid Rock

L I V I N G  ON  M I N G O  R U N

MINGO RUN IS SOLID ROCK

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Everything that you need to understand about Dominion Transmission and Duke Energy’s proposed METHANE [it is NOT “natural gas”] pipeline over steep slope terrain requires a minimum 347 foot cleared and leveled construction area. Drilling and blasting into the Appalachians 24 feet deep [solid rock] for the TRANSMISSION [full force, full speed,24/7] .

 Learn the Facts: Sources are Dominion, INGAA,PHSMA

C O N T A C T
Lauren D. Ragland
WVMATTERS
PO Box 311
Green Bank, WV 24944
304-704-22894
Cheat Mtn Summit and Hula Hoops by Amy Mitchem

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For almost three years I have dedicated my life to educate the public and elected officals on the FACTS on methane transmission pipelines proposed through the karst and headwaters of Randolph and Pocahontas County, West Virginia. 40 million people in 20 states rely on this EXACT location for their daily water needs. This idea could be described as genocide.

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