FL-DEP is reading the news about the WWALS petition, we know because DEP sent a copy of yesterday’s FL-DEP request for an administrative law judge directly to the Palm Beach Post. The Post had already published a story saying the WWALS petition had been dismissed, and changed it to say WWALS has been granted a hearing. (See also WWALS press release.)
Susan Salisbury, Palm Beach Post, 3 September 2015, Florida DEP says anti-pipeline group’s case to be heard,
A conservation group seeking to stop the proposed 465-mile Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline from boring under the iconic Suwannee River has now been granted its request for a hearing.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection said late Thursday the case has been sent to the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings where it will be assigned to a judge. No date has been set for the hearing….
Hamilton County resident and WWALS-FL registered agent Chris Mericle said,
“We cannot continue to carve up our countryside like a cheap piece of meat and sell it to the highest bidder.”
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