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More than 2,660 people submitted comments to the U.S. Coast Guard overwhelmingly in support of an Environmental Impact Statement to analyze the proposed second rail bridge over Lake Pend Oreille.
Locals ask that all risks be addressed before building another bridge across Pend Oreille.
Why don’t we have a state railroad track inspector in Idaho? How do we know BNSF is capable of containing an oil spill during spring runoff?
We need your voice – the first public hearings for BNSF’s proposed second rail bridge across Lake Pend Oreille are on Wednesday, May 23.
Hear it straight from the ICL staff – how does your gift to ICL on May 3 make a difference?
And why is Idaho Gives so important for ICL?
"Build it and they will come." This ominous saying suggests that Idahoans need to take a closer look at BNSF’s proposal to install a second rail bridge across Lake Pend Oreille.
ICL cannot agree to ask Avista customers to pay for unnecessary and ineffective pollution controls for Colstrip that will not address climate change.
If the permit survives an appeal, North Idaho communities will be spared an additional 16 trains per day.
There are two cases that you can weigh in on right now!
Since the 1980s, Avista has forced its customers to pay for coal-generated electricity produced by the Colstrip power plant in Montana. Time for Avista to stop relying on Colstrip.