Sign the Petition

CMP's NECEC Corridor is a terrible idea. It will destroy pristine wilderness to create a profit-machine for multinational corporations. The people of Maine need to let our public officials know that we do not want this corridor in our state.

Sign below to join our coalition to Stop the Corridor!

We the people of Maine value our natural resources and our way of life. Central Maine Power and their foreign parent company have proposed a massive destructive pathway through our woods in order to bring high-voltage transmission lines to Massachusetts. Central Maine Power has shown itself as untrustworthy and not up to the task of such a large and potentially damaging project, and we hereby call on CMP, the state of Massachusetts, and Maine's regulators and elected officials to put an end to this project immediately.

Who's signing

Caitlin Malone
Troy MacDonald
Courtney Irving
Lisa Yaworsky
Joshua Carpenter
Donald McLaughlin-Townsend
Cynthia Burns
Mark Sanborn
Amber Holivan
Evret Greer
Sherry Chase
Michelle Reynolds
Roni Legassie
Jacob Legassie
Lacy Williams
Colin Hubbard
Chelsea Tuplin
Melissa Ferris
Shawn Higgins
Misty Valzania
Thomas Moore
Melissa Couture
Brenda White
Dylan Walker
Nancy Glassman
Danielle Shifflett
Harleyanne Hustus
Brandee Bowen
Chris Santos
Joseph Botelho
13,785 SIGNATURES
GOAL: 1,000 signatures

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  • Caitlin Malone
  • Troy MacDonald
    I’m against this I voted no one it don’t it come to Maine bad idea.
  • Courtney Irving
  • Lisa Yaworsky
  • Joshua Carpenter
  • Donald McLaughlin-Townsend
    Hell no.
  • Cynthia Burns
  • Mark Sanborn
  • Amber Holivan
  • Evret Greer
    My name and personal information are not for sale.


    I’m signing this petition because we need to find, and have, better ways of supplying power. There is no reason for other power sources to be so ridiculously expensive. There is no reason to allow this project when it goes thru protected lands. Oh wait, the same government that is allowing this is the same one that protects it, so its their property? I feel, it is much like a hunter posting “No Hunting.” That means you can’t hunt either. If there is a law against development on the land in question, you are not above it. It applies to the government, just the same.
  • Sherry Chase
    Sherry L Chase
  • Michelle Reynolds
  • Roni Legassie
  • Jacob Legassie
  • Lacy Williams
  • Colin Hubbard
  • Chelsea Tuplin
  • Melissa Ferris
  • Shawn Higgins
  • Misty Valzania
  • Thomas Moore
  • Melissa Couture
  • Brenda White
  • Dylan Walker
  • Nancy Glassman
  • Danielle Shifflett
  • Harleyanne Hustus
  • Brandee Bowen
  • Chris Santos
  • Joseph Botelho
    Keep nature natural