Simon from NYC grew up in West Amwell, NJ, and his parents still live there. he writes:
Municipal Open Space, Farmland and Recreation and Preservation Trust Fund
West Amwell Township, my picturesque and rural home, has set up the above trust fund to conserve the inherent rural and farmland character of our community. Voters CHOSE THIS. My parents, along with other community members, PAY A TAX TO PRESERVE OUR RURAL COMMUNITY. The Penn East pipeline has targeted preserved lands for its profitable pipeline project. OUR COMMUNITY DOES NOT WANT OR SUPPORT THIS PIPELINE ON OUR PERSERVED LAND.
I don’t know if people rural just how rural and picturesque this area is. It’s an amazing combination of hills, lowlands, forests, farms, and of course the Delaware River that makes it profoundly beautiful. Here’s some shots of areas where the pipeline will be coming through:
Sunset on Woodens Lane. West Amwell, NJ.
Farm on Hunter Road. West Amwell, NJ.
Looking towards Fiddler’s Creek. West Amwell, NJ.
Howell Living History Farm. Hopewell Township, NJ.
Near Moore’s Creek. Hopewell Township, NJ.
Fox on Hewitt Road. West Amwell, NJ.
Alpaca Farm on Woodens Lane. West Amwell, NJ.
Howell Living History Farm. That’s Baldpate Mountain in the distance.