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Carol J. Kafer

President

Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor of Biology

Pennsylvania College of Technology


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Lycoming County > Watershed Management

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Carol Kafer, President
P.O. Box 216 Montoursville, PA 17754 *Check them out on FACEBOOK


www.pennfuture.org

Carol Kafer
President, Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association


Inergy's MARC 1 Pipeline At Crossroads « DC BureauDC Bureau

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Exposed Petroleum Pipeline from September Flooding in the Loyalsock Watershed in Lycoming County, Pa. (Photo credit: Carol Kafer)
Exposed Petroleum Pipeline from September Flooding in the Loyalsock Watershed in Lycoming County, Pa. (Photo credit: Carol Kafer) Severe flooding from Tropical Storm Lee in early September washed away the road that Carol Kafer used to take to work in the rural hills of northern Pennsylvania. Raging waters exposed a petroleum pipeline near the roadbed, complicating repairs and delaying for weeks the reopening to traffic. At least, Kafer says, the disaster may finally awaken the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to the potential environmental risks of a planned 39-mile natural gas pipeline, called the MARC 1, across her county. On Sept. 20, Kafer sent FERC a picture of the swollen creek, washed out road and dangling pipe, adding, "Please delay granting a permit ... until it can be determined what the consequences of flooding will be to the MARC 1." FERC can accommodate Kafer or McCaskill, not both. Kafer has solid credentials as a local intervener. President of the Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association and a Ph.D. in biology, she first notified FERC of her concerns about the MARC 1 last October. Those issues are closely related to points Kafer raised in a prescient June 28 letter to FERC. In it she warned of the danger of floods two months before they struck Sept. 8. "The Loyalsock Watershed floods regularly," Kafer had written. Natural Resources News ServiceTags:Carol Kafer, Congressman Tom Marino, deregulation, Earthjustice, environmental protection agency, epa, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, Husch Blackwell, inergy, Inergy Midstream, James Hoecker, liquid petroleum gas, lobbyist, Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association, lpg, Marc 1 pipeline, MARC-1, marcellus shale, millennium pipeline, National Environmental Policy Act, natural gas, natural gas pipeline, Natural Gas Policy Act, natural gas storage, NEPA, propane, richard martin, Senator Claire McCaskill, Senator Pat Toomey, William Demarest - Carol Kafer, the photographer, submitted the photo to FERC. In her comments to the commission, she identifies site as the Loyalsock Creek Watershed in Lycoming County, Pa., more specifically "a mile from my home, on Wallis Run Road very close to Butternut Grove Road.


Pennsylvania Campaign for Clean Water

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Carol Kafer
President Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association


Lycoming County > Watershed Management

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Carol Kafer
President (570) 435-3446


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