StopPATH WV presented a combined binder of comments on a number of specific topics from West Virginia citizens for inclusion in the EIS scope consideration. We also made public comment during the "open mic" portion of the meeting.
Despite the dour faces and worried looks among the AEP & Allegheny Energy personnel present, we did manage to have a little fun with Allegheny's Randy Palmer. He was a great sport and we hope he enjoys his little collection of anti-power company trinkets.
The Park and Forest Services and their EIS contractor, CH2MHill, have been great throughout the meeting process and their impartiality and willingness to listen have been very refreshing. We look forward to working with them as this process continues.