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Help Stop the E37 Pipeline
- Send an email to John Rhodes, Public Service Commission Chairman
- Tell him there is no need for the pipeline and alternatives must be considered to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
- Submit a comment to the Public Service Commission: Monitor progress on the case and read other people’s comments. Send soon- comments may close any day!
- Go to: www.dps.ny.gov — Click ”Search”
- Type case number 19-T-0069 in the box
- Sign our on-line petition and send it to your friends
- “I am opposed to National Grid’s 7.3 mile Albany Loop Pipeline (E37 East Greenbush) that will go under the Hudson River and cut through the towns of Bethlehem, East Greenbush and North Greenbush New York. The pipeline is contrary to New York State climate policy to address global warming and is not needed. Renewable solutions are available!”
- Call your elected officials:
- State Senator Daphne Jordan: 518-371-2751
- State Representative Jake Ashby: 518-477-5404
- Congressman Antonio Delgado: 845-443-2930
- Congressman Paul Tonko: 518-465-0700
- Talk to your friends and neighbors about the E-37 Albany Loop proposed pipeline and what we can do to protect our community and our climate.
- Tweet to the PSC to reject the pipeline. Here’s a sample: .@NYSDPS: Reject the E-37 fracked gas pipeline (case 19-T-0069) it’s not needed & will promote global warming. #StopE37Pipe #AlbanyCounty #RensselaerCounty #ClimateAction #Eastgreenbush @snyfgp
- Letters to the editor are a great way to spread the word!
- Albany Times Union: send your letter to email@example.com
- 250 word count maximum. The letter must be exclusive to the TU.
- Referencing a previous letter or article increases your odds of being published
- The Advertiser: send your letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
- 350 word maximum. The deadline is Friday at 4 pm for Thursday’s edition.
- Ask to be published in both the northern and southern editions.
- The Bethlehem Spotlight: Submit your letter on their web page:
- Join Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline and Community Advocates for a Sustainable Enviornment