The Rockland City Council has agreed at their July 2, 2012 meeting to draft a letter to the town of Searsport asking them for an explanation of their understanding of their mutual aid agreement as it relates to the proposed DCP Liquified petroleum gas tank and terminal on upper Mack Point. See Bangor Daily News coverage of the council meeting
|Steve Miller of Islesboro asks Council to draft letter|
Listen to the city council take on the LPG issue at their July 2, 2012 meeting:
* Council taking public comments (28 minute mp3) from two area residents and and a delegation from Islesboro on the DCP midstream issue
* Council discussing the issue and voting to draft a letter to Searsport (15min mp3). said letter to be brought up for a vote at next Monday's council meeting. (July 9, 2012)
If approved at the July 9th meeting, Rockland will join Stockton Springs Belfast, Islesboro, North Haven, Rockport and Lincolnville in requesting consultation on the controversial DCP Midstream plan for a 22.6 million gallon Liquified Petroleum Gas tank.