The Lambertville Pipeline Committee met with a representative of U.S. Senator Cory Booker this week to talk about the city’s concern about PennEast in general, but also specifically about the impacts to the drinking water site and Suez.
I won’t go into a lot of detail, we were promised some help and hopefully that will go somewhere. But it was clear that the Senator would not come out against the pipeline, a position that we knew going into the meeting.
Even so, it’s unsettling when you figure out why various politicians won’t come out against projects. It seems you always just have to follow the money.
One of the people associated with Senator Booker is the Rev. M. William Howard. When Mr. Booker was Mayor of Newark, Howard was tapped to lead his transition team.. In fact, the Senator considers Mr. Howard a mentor to him.
As it turns…
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