Residents Oppose LNG Pipeline Project

, Written by Travis Koch, Posted: Wed, April 16 2014 at 3:50 PM, Updated: Thu, April 17 2014 at 4:43 AM

Residents in Shady Cove, Oregon are publicly opposing the construction of of a liquified natural gas pipeline. Also known as the Jordan Cove Pacific Connector or LNG.

A rally will take place this Saturday in Shady Cove where residents say the pip will cut through their rural properties as well- across the state.

The Canadian company responsible for building the pipe say they're safe but residents strongly disagree.

The link below provides more information on the weekend rally.


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