Our filing to request a rehearing on Atlantic Bridge was submitted to the FERC docket and is now available online. We submitted in conjunction with Food & Water Watch - New England (and NY) the City of Quincy, Massachusetts, Town of Weymouth Town Council Member Rebecca Haugh and eleven other regional and local community and environmental organizations. It was filed within the 30 day deadline, but it's unclear when FERC will respond, given the current lack of a quorum.
The other organizations joining in this Petition for Rehearing are: Eastern Connecticut Green Action, Keep Yorktown Safe, West Roxbury Saves Energy, Berkshire Environmental Action Team, Dragonfly Climate Collective, Grassroots Environmental Education, Inc., 350 CT, Safe Energy Rights Group, 350Mass South Shore Node, Toxics Action Center, and Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE).
FRRACS would like to thank Carolyn Elefant for her tremendous help in filing this request, the hundreds of folks who have donated to our legal fund, Councilor Rebecca Haugh for tirelessly fighting for her community, Food & Water Watch for their continued support and work on this effort, and the dozens of other community groups and individuals who have been sustaining this fight in their own communities.
You can read the filing here. Stay tuned for updates.