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Surveys for Property Owners or "Abutters" 

STOP PennEast Pipeline is working with Concerned Citizens Against the Pipeline from many communities. One project in particular will need your help in collecting information in order to prepare a submission to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). We need to provide information about the impact of the proposed pipeline on our region and on individual lands impacted by the project and would like to reach out to property owners along the route of the proposed PennEast Pipeline. We ask you to take the attached survey IF your property is impacted by the proposed pipeline.  (We are also interested in your information if your property "abuts" or is adjacent to the 400 feet pipeline "study route" which surrounds the pipeline itself. Please note that fact in your response.)   

Take the survey NOW! Click here: Hopewell Township Survey 



Over 400 people came out to the Hopewell Township public meeting with PennEast officials on Sept. 23th, 2014 at the Performing Arts Building at the High School. You can watch the recording of the meeting online now.

  • Print, fill out, and send to PennEast by certified mail the "rescind permission to survey land" form.
  • Read the Sourland Conservancy Action Alert about what you can do now.
  • Send your email address to the Hopewell Township Committee through the PennEast comments section of their website at: www.hopewelltwp.org/penn_east.html  - they will be compiling an updated email list and will send out information as it is received.
  • Visit the Hopewell Citizens Against the PennEast Pipeline (HCAPP) website for more information on the pipeline and efforts underway to oppose it: http://htcapp.org/
  • Send an email message to Hopewell Citizens Against the PennEast Pipeline (HCAPP) to be added to their mailing list for updates and alerts: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Hopewell residents can follow on Facebook updates from other residents. You do not need to have a Facebook account to see comments.
  • Subscribe to MercerMe and receive weekly electronic newsletters.
  • Come to meetings to show your opposition.
  • Write letters to the newspapers.
  • Talk to your friends and neighbors.
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