"We don't need anymore. They're all within a mile and a half of each other and we don't need the noise or any of that." said Amber Martin of Springville
"We moved here to be in a rural area. Not have 400 trucks driving passed our house. added Craig Stevens of Silver Lake Township,
Craig Stevens has a long list of reasons why he doesn't want another compressor station built in DImock Township.
"They've never done a real time study of what comes out for emissions and never done a sound study."
Despite how he feels, the planning commission granted preliminary approval for a compression station in Dimock Township to be built
Stevens says, that was done wrong.
"They did not reorganize before the meeting. Number one thing they did was have their attorney talk to them in a meeting before they opened the meeting.
The planning commission originally tabled the decision, giving them an extra 90 days.
Last nights meeting was rushed and Stevens says the planning commissioners are being pressured.
"The chairman resigned in Friday before the mtg ever happened. Everyone of these people said if you want to know why we rushed that meeting talk to the commissioners. Who by the way are their bosses."
The next meeting on the compressor issue will be held January 22nd.
Joe Holden Covered the story in Dimock on Tuesday night to click here to watch the story.