Residents of Thornbury, PA are in court demanding their township officials enforce their own ordinances, even as ETP wastes no time acting as if it's a done deal they won't.
Residents of Thornbury, PA are in court demanding their township officials enforce their own ordinances, even as ETP wastes no time acting as if it's a done deal they won't.
Sunoco assured the Galloways that the pipeline would hardly be noticeable. It hasn't quite worked out that way.
Sunoco assured the Galloways that the pipeline would hardly be noticeable. It hasn't quite worked out that way.
Mike Di Domenico of Westtown Township is the first local official to go on record with us about Mariner East 2 - and he's not happy.
Mike Di Domenico of Westtown Township is the first local official to go on record with us about Mariner East 2 - and he's not happy.
Minimum standards were useless when Wade had quintuple by-pass surgery, and he thinks minimum standards when it comes to pipelines are just as useless.
Minimum standards were useless when Wade had quintuple by-pass surgery, and he thinks minimum standards when it comes to pipelines are just as useless.
A Delaware County, PA mother pleads with the Pope to save her children and everyone else within the blast radius of Sunoco's hazardous pipeline being built 100 feet from their Catholic school
A Delaware County, PA mother pleads with the Pope to save her children and everyone else within the blast radius of Sunoco's hazardous pipeline being built 100 feet from their Catholic school
Wife Christine is the sunny optimist, but with his advancing Parkinson's disease husband John doesn't have time for niceties – especially when it comes to how the pipeline affects them.
Wife Christine is the sunny optimist, but with his advancing Parkinson's disease husband John doesn't have time for niceties – especially when it comes to how the pipeline affects them.
Huntingdon county homeowner Ellen and daughter Elise take a two-pronged approach to Sunoco's use of eminent domain to take their property: the courts, and direct action.
Huntingdon county homeowner Ellen and daughter Elise take a two-pronged approach to Sunoco's use of eminent domain to take their property: the courts, and direct action.
Navy veteran Ralph and wife Doris just said “no” – so Sunoco took their land anyway via eminent domain. They're fighting Sunoco in court, but it’s hard when the system is a “ramrod job.”
Navy veteran Ralph and wife Doris just said “no” – so Sunoco took their land anyway via eminent domain. They're fighting Sunoco in court, but it’s hard when the system is a “ramrod job.”
 “Pennsylvania may be an ‘easy-take state,’ but we won’t be an ‘easy take’ community,” says Delaware County resident and co-founder of the Middletown Coalition for Community Safety Eve.
“Pennsylvania may be an ‘easy-take state,’ but we won’t be an ‘easy take’ community,” says Delaware County resident and co-founder of the Middletown Coalition for Community Safety Eve.
When it comes to Mariner East 2 and who’s responsible for what, local resident Christina says, “everyone’s throwing the ball around, but no one wants a glove to catch it.”
When it comes to Mariner East 2 and who’s responsible for what, local resident Christina says, “everyone’s throwing the ball around, but no one wants a glove to catch it.”
Clean Water Council attorney Alex says Sunoco is NOT a public utility. Along with homeowners, they’re suing Sunoco to strip them of that status – and their ability to use eminent domain.
Clean Water Council attorney Alex says Sunoco is NOT a public utility. Along with homeowners, they’re suing Sunoco to strip them of that status – and their ability to use eminent domain.
When Aston Township refused to answer Melissa’s questions about their dealings with Sunoco, she took them to court under the Right-to-Know law – and won. But it’s not that simple.
When Aston Township refused to answer Melissa’s questions about their dealings with Sunoco, she took them to court under the Right-to-Know law – and won. But it’s not that simple.
Former corporate research librarian and now activist Karen debunks claims by Sunoco and politicians that pipelines like Mariner East will bring benefits to ordinary Pennsylvanians.
Former corporate research librarian and now activist Karen debunks claims by Sunoco and politicians that pipelines like Mariner East will bring benefits to ordinary Pennsylvanians.
Long-time resident Lex thought he was negotiating for Sunoco to put an ordinary pipeline 75 feet from his house. Wrong.
Long-time resident Lex thought he was negotiating for Sunoco to put an ordinary pipeline 75 feet from his house. Wrong.
With the dispassionate reasoning of the FAA safety investigator he is, local resident Eric takes apart the fiction that Mariner East is a safe pipeline bringing benefits to Pennsylvanians.
With the dispassionate reasoning of the FAA safety investigator he is, local resident Eric takes apart the fiction that Mariner East is a safe pipeline bringing benefits to Pennsylvanians.
Residents of Thornbury, PA are in court demanding their township officials enforce their own ordinances, even as ETP wastes no time acting as if it's a done deal they won't.
Sunoco assured the Galloways that the pipeline would hardly be noticeable. It hasn't quite worked out that way.
Mike Di Domenico of Westtown Township is the first local official to go on record with us about Mariner East 2 - and he's not happy.Mike Di Domenico of Westtown Township is the first local official to go on record with us about Mariner East 2 - and he's not happy.
Minimum standards were useless when Wade had quintuple by-pass surgery, and he thinks minimum standards when it comes to pipelines are just as useless.
A Delaware County, PA mother pleads with the Pope to save her children and everyone else within the blast radius of Sunoco's hazardous pipeline being built 100 feet from their Catholic schoolWith her children's Catholic school just 100 feet from the Mariner East 1 & 2 and well within the blast radius in the event of a catastrophic failure, a Delaware County mother of five issues a plea to Pope Francis to protect her children, their school -- in fact any and all people living, working, playing, studying, or commuting -- along the path of Sunoco/Energy Partners' hazardous liquids pipelines.
Wife Christine is the sunny optimist, but with his advancing Parkinson's disease husband John doesn't have time for niceties – especially when it comes to how the pipeline affects them.When Christine and John purchased their home in the gated retirement community of Hershey's Mill, they thought "this was it." But John's battle with Parkinson's led them to the difficult reality that they might have to sell and use that money for more intensive care -- a plan that evaporated when they learned -- only when the crews and equipment arrived -- that Sunoco was running a hazardous liquids pipeline less than 200 feet from their home.
Huntingdon county homeowner Ellen and daughter Elise take a two-pronged approach to Sunoco's use of eminent domain to take their property: the courts, and direct action.
Navy veteran Ralph and wife Doris just said “no” – so Sunoco took their land anyway via eminent domain. They're fighting Sunoco in court, but it’s hard when the system is a “ramrod job.”
“Pennsylvania may be an ‘easy-take state,’ but we won’t be an ‘easy take’ community,” says Delaware County resident and co-founder of the Middletown Coalition for Community Safety Eve.
When it comes to Mariner East 2 and who’s responsible for what, local resident Christina says, “everyone’s throwing the ball around, but no one wants a glove to catch it.”
Clean Water Council attorney Alex says Sunoco is NOT a public utility. Along with homeowners, they’re suing Sunoco to strip them of that status – and their ability to use eminent domain.
When Aston Township refused to answer Melissa’s questions about their dealings with Sunoco, she took them to court under the Right-to-Know law – and won. But it’s not that simple.
Former corporate research librarian and now activist Karen debunks claims by Sunoco and politicians that pipelines like Mariner East will bring benefits to ordinary Pennsylvanians.
Long-time resident Lex thought he was negotiating for Sunoco to put an ordinary pipeline 75 feet from his house. Wrong.
With the dispassionate reasoning of the FAA safety investigator he is, local resident Eric takes apart the fiction that Mariner East is a safe pipeline bringing benefits to Pennsylvanians.
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