Like many counties in Oregon, Douglas County had experienced county-wide library closures. The Reedsport Save-the-Library group was working on just keeping the Reedsport library doors open when they applied for the Jordan Cove grant. When Jordan Cove awarded them a grant, it gave the Save-the-Library members and the community a sense of relief and encouragement when they needed it the most. “The grant covered 2 ½ months operations which allowed us time to put in place the steps required to maintain ongoing operations and make plans for the future. It was a real lifesaver,” expressed Tatiana with gratitude.
Jordan Cove gave us the financial breathing room we needed to keep the Reedsport library open.
Giving back to our communities—including areas where we operate facilities and have established offices—is important to creating a thriving community environment. The Jordan Cove-Pacific Connector grant program funds projects that contribute to approved community initiatives and in turn, contribute to the well-being of our neighbors and communities.
In recent years, the Jordan Cove-Pacific Connector grant program has awarded more than $300,000 in grants to local organizations and projects providing critical services in Southern Oregon.
Information about the Jordan Cove LNG/Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline Project can be found at the Reedsport library along with other libraries in the four counties the Project impacts.
Jordan Cove and Pacific Connector filed applications with FERC on September 21, 2017. Paper and electronic copies of the application can be found in the following public libraries:
|Coos||Coos County Public Library
525 Anderson Avenue, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
440 SE Grape Ave, Winston, OR 97496
|Jackson||Jackson County Library Services Central Library
205 S Central Avenue, Medford, OR 97501
|Klamath||Klamath County Library
126 South Third Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601