Subject: Can you make it to a hearing to stop Jordan Cove LNG?
The federal hearings on the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and fracked gas pipeline start this week. Can you make it to a hearing to help stop Jordan Cove LNG? Dates and times for all four hearings are below.
In 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied this project TWICE– and now it’s up to us to tell FERC to deny Jordan Cove LNG for the third and final time.
Rogue Climate, Tribes, Youth Council, etc… will be there all day to help you write your testimony, and we’ll have activities for kids, music, and even some lawn games. If you can, come either at 12pm for a press conference, or 5:30pm for a rally with music, art, and speakers! There will also be free pizza around 5pm.
FERC will be taking individual testimony to court reporters (rather than a normal public hearing format) any time between 1pm and 8pm.
We’re also looking for folks to help volunteer at these hearings. If you’re available to help out, please fill out our volunteer form here.
Hope to see you there!
P.S. If you can’t make it to a hearing, you can send a comment online here.
2019 FERC HEARING SCHEDULE
Coos County FERC Hearing:
Mon. June 24, 1-8pm with rallies at 12pm and 5:30pm
Southwestern Oregon Community College Hale Center, Coos Bay
Douglas County FERC Hearing:
Tues. June 25, 1-8pm with rallies at 12pm and 5:30pm
South Umpqua High School, Myrtle Creek
Jackson County FERC Hearing:
Wed. June 26, 1-8pm with rallies at 12pm and 5:30pm
Ramada Hotel and Conference Center, Medford
*Klamath County FERC Hearing:
Thurs. June 27, 2019, 1-8pm with rallies at 12pm and 5:30pm
Klamath County Fairgrounds (Stillman Arena), Klamath Falls
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