THURSDAY — FEBRUARY 19, 2015 — Hudson, NH
Kinder Morgan Open House.  See more info on open houses.
6:00 – 8:00 PM
White Birch Banquet Hall
222 Central St., Hudson, NH 03051

FRIDAY — FEBRUARY 20, 2015 — Wendell, MA
A video and discussion program, “Why we must stop the Kinder Morgan Pipeline,” will feature Hattie Nestel of Athol and Julia Blyth of Northfield. Wendell Climate Change Group will sponsor the program.
Julia Blyth will show video about the effects of a proposed gas compressor Kinder Morgan wants to build in Northfield to pump fracked gas across waterways, woods and farms. Hattie Nestel will show interviews with opponents of the pipeline, including Jim McGovern, D-Mass, from the Second Congressional District; Leigh Youngblood, executive director of the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust, and Michele Rapala of Groton, who faces the possible taking of her land by eminent domain. Laurel Facey, Wendell farmer and environmental activist, will moderate the discussion. Light refreshments will be served.
Queen, convener of Wendell Climate Change Group, has more information at 978-544-0216.
7:00 pm
Wendell Free Library
Wendell, MA

SUNDAY — FEBRUARY 22, 2015 — Greenfield, MA
From No Nukes to No Pipeline: Protecting Our Communities and Future (Film and Forum)
Anniversary screening of the classic film “Lovejoy’s Nuclear War” to benefit No Fracked Gas in Mass.
February 22nd, George Washington’s Birthday, will be the 41st anniversary of Sam Lovejoy’s toppling of the weather tower for the twin reactor nuclear plant planned for the Montague Plains in Montague, Mass. Green Mountain Post Films will mark the occasion by presenting their award-winning film “Lovejoy’s Nuclear War” at a special showing to benefit the current citizen effort to stop the Kinder Morgen gas pipeline. Sam and leading pipeline opponents will discuss with those present the issues and movements, then and now. And where we can go from here.
Please join us, and spread the word!
Suggested donation, $ 5. – $100. Special treats, cash bar.
3:00 pm
Arts Block Main Hall
289 Main St.
Greenfield, MA

MONDAY — February 23, 2015 — Rindge, NH
Kinder Morgan Open House.  See more info on open houses.
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Four Star Catering (Hidden Hills)
18 Lisa Dr, Rindge, New Hampshire 03461

TUESDAY — February 24, 2015 — Milford, NH
Kinder Morgan Open House.  See more info on open houses.
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Hampshire Dome;
50 Emerson Road, Milford, NH 03055

WEDNESDAY — FEBRUARY 25, 2015 — Northfield, MA

WEDNESDAY — FEBRUARY 25, 2015 — Berlin, MA
Kinder Morgan Open House.  See more info on open houses.
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Berlin Memorial Elementary School Gymnasium;
34 South Street, Berlin, MA 01503

THURSDAY — FEBRUARY 26, 2015 — Fitchburg, MA
Kinder Morgan Open House.  See more info on open houses.
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Fitchburg Memorial Middle School Gymnasium;
615 Rollstone Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420

PIPELINE PUBLIC FORUM.  A public forum will be held  on the high-pressure fracked gas pipeline proposed by Kinder Morgan/Tennessee Gas (KM/TGP).  Since the power lines and proposed pipeline would be “co-located” at the Nassau Sportsman Club, this is a dangerous mix. In addition, there may be new restrictions on weapons use, target shooting, archery, snowmobiling, ATV’s, and direct impact on fishing and other activities at the Club’s lake.
There will be other discussions about the health, safety, and environmental concerns of such a pipeline and an associated compressor station which pushes the high-pressure fracked gas through the pipeline. This 90,000 horsepower compressor unit is sited for Nassau/Schodack area.
Added to the safety issues are health concerns involving the  chemicals that the fracked gas carries. Although one type of fracking is prohibited in New York because toxins associated with the fracking process have adverse impacts on air, soil, and water, transporting fracked gas from Pennsylvania through New York is not prohibited.
One issue to be addressed is what called “the incineration zone,” the area along a pipeline and compressor station within which people, animals, farms, gardens, homes, property, wells, aquifers, schools, places of worship, wells etc. are at high risk due to an explosion.
New Yorkers will be taking all the related economic risks too without any substantial benefit. New York will receive NONE of this gas for consumption.
It is believed that the powerline company and KM/TGP are negotiating a deal whereby KM/TGP would use the powerline right of way in Rensselaer County.
SNYFGP will outline “actions” choices for citizens detailing practical steps to stop this behemoth proposal.

Public is invited and the event and parking are free of charge:
Noon – 3:00 pm

Nassau Sportsman Club (NSC)
370 Boyce Rd.
Nassau, NY

SNYFGP contacts:
John Serio: 518-733-0095 or
Bob Connors: 518-781-4686 or





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