Thursday, April 30, 2015

Emergent Savannah hosts Palmetto Pipeline event at The Bean

Posted By on Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 11:58 AM

Emergent Savannah announces The Palmetto Pipeline World Cafe to be held on Monday, May 4 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Sentient Bean Coffee Shop, 13 East Park Avenue.

"The World Cafe is a conversation model that encourages a diverse group of people to discuss different sides of issues," says an Emergent Savannah spokesperson.

"Emergent Savannah invites the public to join the dialog regarding the proposed Kinder Morgan Palmetto Pipeline."

Proposed by Texas-based  Kinder Morgan, the Palmetto Pipeline is a 360 mile pipeline that would transport refined petroleum products from Baton Rouge, LA through North Augusta, SC, across the Savannah River and parts of Coastal GA, including  wetland areas, to end at Jacksonville, FL.

"Not only are citizens concerned with the environmental and economic associated risks, but Kinder Morgan is facing criticism on their silence towards the efforts to enforce eminent domain on local landowners," says Emergent Savannah.

The final Georgia Department of Transportation public hearing to determine if Kinder Morgan will be granted the power of eminent domain is scheduled for Thursday, May 7, at the Waynesboro Campus of Augusta Technical College, located at 216 Highway 24 South, Waynesboro, GA.

The Palmetto Pipeline World Cafe starts at 6:30 p.m. with a fifteen-minute overview of the project and it’s impact, moving into the World Café discussions and a moderated Q/A session, to conclude at 8:30 p.m. Participants are invited to walk around to The American Legion Post 135 bar to continue the conversation and take action after.

Immediate seating is limited to forty spaces. It is recommended to arrive early.

For more information on the World Cafe and Emergent Savannah, visit For more information on the issues surrounding the Palmetto Pipeline, visit

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