The initial results of the Citizens’ Risk Assessment, launched last winter by State Senator Andy Dinniman, will be released Tuesday evening, August 28, at the Fugett Middle School near West Chester. If you are interested in the Dragonpipe (Mariner East 2 pipeline), you need to be there.
The presentation will be given by Jeff Marx, the engineer from Quest Consultants who led the study. He will provide a summary of the methods used and the results, and that will be followed by public Q&A. The document representing his company’s final report, with full details, will be released to the public in September and will be freely available on various websites (including this one).
The study will quantify the risks associated with the pipeline, and will provide a detailed analysis, complete with maps, of the risks in three specific study areas: one in Chester County, one in Delaware County, and one straddling the border.
You need to come, not only to learn what the Quest study shows, but also to show Senator Dinniman (who will be there himself) and our other elected representatives and candidates (many of whom are also planning to attend) that this issue means a lot to you. Your presence is important!
Here are the details.
Date and time: Tuesday, August 28, 7-9 pm.
Location: Fugett Middle School, 500 Ellis Lane, West Chester, PA 19380
I hope to see you there.