Summary judgement sought by Sabal Trail pipeline company in Leesburg, GA

Come to the courthouse Leesburg, GA Tuesday at 11:30 AM or write a letter, if you want help stop the unnecessary, destructive, and hazardous Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline.

Remember last July when landowners countersued a Houston pipeline company in Leesburg, Georgia? When the judge refused to grant any judgement for the pipeline, while protesters from as far as nine hours away watched attentively? WALB TV covered the hearing and three newspapers carried the WWALS op-ed that followed.

This Tuesday morning the same pipeline company will be back asking for a summary judgment for eminent domain against the same landowners.

If you can’t come in person, for letters here is contact information for the Lee County Clerk of Superior Court:

Correction 13:15 23 March 2015: She needs the original, which means any correspondance will need to be overnighted or hand-carried to get there before the 11:30 AM hearing time tomorrow.

Re: Case number 14CV208RS
Judge Rucker Smith
To: Cindy Clark
Civil Deputy Clerk
County Courthouse
100 Leslie Highway
Leesburg, Georgia 31763

Here’s a letter already sent by Alton Burns of Thomas County, GA.

Short or long, please write or come to tell the judge eminent domain would be wrong.


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