The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is not a “done deal” and the zoning variance Dominion Energy and its partners seek and that would destroy the hard work and dreams of the Ryan Blosser family is not a “done deal” either.
The ACP, if built, will require victims for sacrifice. It is glaringly clear that the impacts of this project will get increasingly personal. Your neighbors, your mountains, farmlands and waters will all be negatively impacted. To those of you with the “can’t see it from my house” attitude, the quality of your drinking water will most certainly be lowered – no question. If this zoning variance is granted, the Blosser’s Dancing Star Farm will be downhill and downwind of a 30-plus acre site whose soil will be compacted by heavy machinery and materials, be a source for toxic runoff and drifting industrial fumes. 400 workers will use the site at least six days a week, security guards and high intensity light will make this a nightmarish compound to inflict on a small family farm – it will in fact destroy Dancing Star.
Keep in mind this is only a “temporary site.” The permanent horrors of the ACP only citizens can prevent. Please! Get down off the fence and fight! No-ACP!
NewsLeader – 01.24.18
Posted by: Nelson Bailey