Sierra Club Partners in Lawsuit Requesting Army Corp of Engineers Publish an Environmental Impact Statement on the CMP Corridor

The Army Corps of Engineers has been reluctant to publish an Environmental Impact Statement on the effects of the CMP Corridor despite the overwhelming public requests including one from the Penobscot Indian Nation.

State and federal agency reviews of the proposed CMP corridor have revealed significant problems with the project, including a failure to properly assess alternatives that could have reduced the impact of the project on Maine’s environment and people.

Here is a link to the SC press release: https://www.sierraclub.org/maine/blog/2020/10/environmental-groups-file-lawsuit-challenging-army-corps-for-indefensible-cmp

Published by Antonio Blasi

Blasi for Representative Antonio Blasi (D-Hancock) is running for the District 136 seat to the Maine House of Representatives. He currently is Hancock County Commissioner for District 3, and an elected planning board member.

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