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

Daniel Fortin
Tabitha Johnson
Weston Currier
Sherrie Metcalf
Jill Delaney
Dave Trafton
Ronald Hartland
Brendan Glass
Dana Steele
mark moberg
Elizabeth Niles
Christopher Davis
Lloyd Downey
Andrea Manzo
Nick Bambrick
Chris May
Rebecca Cromwell
Tracy Haskell
Thomas Martinelli
Katie Dunn
Lisa Savage
Paula Parent
Philip Martin
Stephen Pellecchia
Lisa Kristoff
Miranda Gilley
Andrea Ammendolia
Ronna Rault
Sheila Leavitt
Paul Cunningham
13,785 SIGNATURES
GOAL: 1,000 signatures

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  • Daniel Fortin
  • Tabitha Johnson
    Not a good idea!!
  • Weston Currier
  • Sherrie Metcalf
  • Jill Delaney
  • Dave Trafton
  • Ronald Hartland
  • Brendan Glass
  • Dana Steele
  • mark moberg
  • Elizabeth Niles
  • Christopher Davis
    Christopher Davis
  • Lloyd Downey
  • Andrea Manzo
  • Nick Bambrick
  • Chris May
  • Rebecca Cromwell
  • Tracy Haskell
  • Thomas Martinelli
    Thomas Martinelli
  • Katie Dunn
  • Lisa Savage
    Lisa Savage
  • Paula Parent
  • Philip Martin
  • Stephen Pellecchia
    Don’t let them scare or wonderful wilderness.
  • Lisa Kristoff
  • Miranda Gilley
  • Andrea Ammendolia
  • Ronna Rault
  • Sheila Leavitt
  • Paul Cunningham
    Corporations’ task is to make profits, not bring benefits to the public.