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Bellingham City Council Blocks Community Bill of Rights

 

City Council blocks Community Bill of Rights and drafts resolution calling for expanded environmental impact statement

Last week Bellingham City Council challenged the legality of Citizen’s Initiative 2, the Bellingham Community Bill of Rights in an attempt to keep it off the ballot. On Monday night the council will discuss passing a resolution asking […]

Truth TV: East-West Corridor Coverage Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMJ2qTDwFNo

EMDC Searsport to Bangor Logistics Corridor Project

Sebago Lake Region in Maine

The Town of Raymond is located in Maine’s Sebago Lake Region and has a year-round population of 4300. There are 2 lakes and 5 ponds within Raymond’s geographical boundaries. This waterfront property promotes an active recreation based tourism industry and also accounts for a seasonal increase in population to 12,000. dpenttila/photos

Raymond, Maine is […]

Cianbro’s East West Corridor Presentation June 2012

As trains start to carry crude oil across Maine, environmentalists start to worry

Pan Am Railways and Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railways are both exploring the feasibility of moving vast amounts of crude to an Irving Oil refinery in St. John, New Brunswick. Pan Am’s rail network was used to successfully deliver the first shipment of 100-plus tanker cars in late May, and MMA reportedly plans to follow […]

Stop the East West Corridor’s news coverage of presentation to the Piscataquis County Commissioners

Opponents continue to rail against proposed east-west highway in Piscataquis County By Alex Barber, BDN Staff | Posted June 05, 2012

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — Opponents of the proposed east-west highway stretching across Maine continued to speak out at a Tuesday morning meeting of the Piscataquis County commissioners.

More than a dozen members of the Friends […]

Mayor Told to Sign Law or Resign

Las Vegas Optic: Mayor told to sign law or resign

by Martin Salazar, Las Vegas Optic May 24th, 2012

It’s been more than seven weeks since the City Council voted 3-1 to approve an anti-fracking ordinance, but the law has yet to be added to the municipal code book because of the mayor’s refusal to […]

Train Hauling Oil Crosses Maine

Crude oil from the West has begun moving across Maine — not by pipeline, as some environmental activists fear it will someday; but by railroad.

Posted on May 30, 2012 by Tux Turkel

http://www.kjonline.com/news/oil-crossing-maineby-way-of-railroad_2012-05-29.html

A train carrying 104 tank cars of crude from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota came through Maine last weekend […]

Announcement: Tuesday, June 5 Piscataquis County Commissioner’s Meeting

At 8:30 am this Tuesday, June 5th, citizens concerned about the East-West Corridor project will be speaking with the Piscataquis County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting at the County Courthouse in Dover Foxcroft. Please join your fellow Piscataquis County residents. For more information, please email stopthecorridor(at)gmail(dot)com