Sabal Trail leak at Dunnellon City Council 2017-07-24

The Dunnellon City Council and staff also seemed to want to know what was going on with the powerful natural gas smell at the Dunnellon Compressor Station site.

Two Withlacoochee Rivers --John S. Quarterman

As promised, I sent questions to FERC, USACE, FDEP, etc.. Here is video of what Suwannee Riverkeeper asked the Dunnellon City Council:

Suwannee Riverkeeper asks about Sabal Trail leak at Dunnellon City Council, 2017-07-24
Video by Connie Bryant for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS).
See also what Connie Bryant said on another subject.

Thanks to Dunnellon Mayor Walter Green for his hospitality. I should have videoed the later presentation about a centenarian, since she was from the same town as my mother, Pearson, Georgia, and probably knew her. See the agenda about Centenarian Lounell M. “Sally” Waugh.

Below are a few pictures of City Council members and staff. See also Dunnellon’s own web page for its City Council.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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A nurses view of medical marijuana –Connie Bryant

A nurses view of medical marijuana --Connie Bryant

Many people spoke on this subject. Connie Bryant is a WWALS member, so I videoed her.

I like the Dunnellon City Council’s way of “strictly” enforcing their 3-minute speaker limit: Connie spoke for seven and a half minutes, and nobody said boo.

Walter Green, Mayor

Walter Green, Mayor

Here are stills of all but a few City Council members who were behind the podium.

Rick Hancock, Vice Mayor

Rick Hancock, Vice Mayor

Amanda Roberts, City Clerk

Amanda Roberts, City Clerk

Larry Winkler, Councilman

Larry Winkler, Councilman

Unknown (attorney?)

Unknown (attorney?)

Jan Smith, Finance Officer; Dawne M. Bowne, City Administrator

Jan Smith, Finance Officer; Dawne M. Bowne, City Administrator

Troy Slattery, Fire Chief; unknown person

Troy Slattery, Fire Chief; unknown person

Questions about Sabal Trail pipeline leak at Dunnellon Compressor Station –John S. Quarterman

Questions about Sabal Trail pipeline leak at Dunnellon Compressor Station --John S. Quarterman

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