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Jessica Rosner

From: Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net> on behalf of Rob Shinn


Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 10:36 AM
To: Laura Forlano; Julie.Henderson@vdh.virginia.gov; Kristin Clay;
Jessica.Rosner@vdh.virginia.gov; Marvin Figueroa
Subject: Meeting with Mountain Valley Pipeline

Julie and I were comparing schedules this morning to find a time to re-schedule our zoom meeting. It looks like Tuesday,
September 15th from 12-1 was the best time for the group. It may not work for everyone, but hopefully it will work for
most of you. Let me know ASAP if that isn’t a good time. If not, I’ll send around a zoom call link shortly. Thanks so much,
Rob

Rob Shinn
Capital Results
50 Pear Street
Richmond, VA 23223

(804) 771-5308 (office)


(804) 347-4093 (Mobile)
Rob@capresults.net
www.capresults.net

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Jessica Rosner

From: Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net> on behalf of Rob Shinn


Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 10:36 AM
To: Laura Forlano; Julie.Henderson@vdh.virginia.gov; Kristin Clay;
Jessica.Rosner@vdh.virginia.gov; Marvin Figueroa
Subject: Meeting with Mountain Valley Pipeline

Julie and I were comparing schedules this morning to find a time to re-schedule our zoom meeting. It looks like Tuesday,
September 15th from 12-1 was the best time for the group. It may not work for everyone, but hopefully it will work for
most of you. Let me know ASAP if that isn’t a good time. If not, I’ll send around a zoom call link shortly. Thanks so much,
Rob

Rob Shinn
Capital Results
50 Pear Street
Richmond, VA 23223

(804) 771-5308 (office)


(804) 347-4093 (Mobile)
Rob@capresults.net
www.capresults.net

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Jessica Rosner

From: Ellick, Rachel <rachel.ellick@vdh.virginia.gov> on behalf of Ellick, Rachel


Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 1:33 PM
To: Jessica Rosner; Julie Henderson
Subject: Fwd: Mountain Valley Pipeline

this is the reason for the meeting

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From: Jaberi, Parham <parham.jaberi@vdh.virginia.gov>
Date: Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: Mountain Valley Pipeline
To: Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net>
Cc: Hicks, Robert <robert.hicks@vdh.virginia.gov>, Stover, Jeff <jeff.stover@vdh.virginia.gov>, M. Norman
Oliver <norm.oliver@vdh.virginia.gov>, Kim Allan <kim.allan@vdh.virginia.gov>, Shameera Carr
<shameera.carr@vdh.virginia.gov>, Lendi Bass <lendi.bass@vdh.virginia.gov>, Laura Forlano
<laurie.forlano@vdh.virginia.gov>, Rachel Ellick <rachel.ellick@vdh.virginia.gov>

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for the email. My connection to the discussions on the pipeline had to do with environmental health
risks related to the pipelines being exposed to the elements while project on hold. The issues here having to do
with worker safety and other impacts on local communities best handled through Bob and possibly Dr. Forlano
with community mitigation. In the spirit of dividing and conquering in our long days, I'm not sure if my
involvement is needed in the next meeting in this context of COVID-19 impacts but happy to follow-up as
needed.

Thanks,
Parham

Parham Jaberi, MD, MPH


Public Health and Preparedness
Chief Deputy Commissioner
Virginia Department of Health
109 Governor Street, Richmond VA 23219
Office: 804-864-7025
Cell: 804-357-0297
Parham.Jaberi@vdh.virginia.gov

On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 3:32 PM Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net> wrote:

Bob,

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Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) will be re-starting work on the pipeline probably in the next month. There will be about
2,000 workers coming to Virginia between the re-start date and end of the year. There are a number of project
opponents in the area that will no doubt raise concerns and issues related to the re-start of construction in an attempt
to slow down the project.

MVP has developed a comprehensive COVID-19 preparedness plan. The governor’s office thought it would be a good
idea to connect with you to review the plan and see if there are any additional measures we should consider. It would
also be good for the MVP people to connect with your local folks to sync up now, so we all have points of contact when
people file complaints etc.

Best regards,

Rob

Rob Shinn

Capital Results

50 Pear Street

Richmond, VA 23223

(804) 771-5308 (office)

(804) 347-4093 (Mobile)

Rob@capresults.net

www.capresults.net

From: Hicks, Robert <robert.hicks@vdh.virginia.gov>


Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:24 PM
To: Stover, Jeff <jeff.stover@vdh.virginia.gov>
Cc: Parham Jaberi <parham.jaberi@vdh.virginia.gov>; M. Norman Oliver <norm.oliver@vdh.virginia.gov>; Kim Allan
<kim.allan@vdh.virginia.gov>; Shameera Carr <shameera.carr@vdh.virginia.gov>; Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net>;
Lendi Bass <lendi.bass@vdh.virginia.gov>
Subject: Re: Mountain Valley Pipeline

If the bill was defeated, then why are we meeting? Where does VDH fit
into this bill (DOLI)? Is there a LAS or Governor position? I just need
clarification.
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Thanks,
Bob

On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 3:05 PM Stover, Jeff <jeff.stover@vdh.virginia.gov> wrote:

Dr. Jaberi and Bob,

Rob Shinn (Cap Results - working with folks at the Gov's Office) called me yesterday afternoon
about HB5102, which was defeated. Matt Mansell, at the Gov's Office, suggested that Rob set up a
call(s) between relevant VDH staff and Mountain Valley Pipeline reps.

I wanted to pass this on through both of you, given that you have the primary offices and districts
with a vested interest in such activities.

The localities involved include:

Allegany HD (Craig Co., Roanoke Co.)

New River HD Giles Co. Montgomery Co.)

Pittsylvania/Danville HD (Pittsylvania Co.)

West Piedmont HD (Franklin Co.)

They were hoping to do an initial meeting in the next 1-2 weeks.

I have copied Rob on this message.

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» Jeff Stover, MPH

» Executive Advisor to the Commissioner

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» Virginia Department of Health

» 804-864-7016 » 109 Governor Street, Richmond VA 23219

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Robert W. Hicks

Deputy Commissioner for Community Health Services

804-864-7015 (desk)

804-840-7165 (mobile)

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Rachel Ellick, M.S.
757-968-3192
Community Mitigation Coordinator, COVID-19 Response
Education Coordinator, Childhood Lead (Pb) Poisoning Prevention Program
Office of Epidemiology, Division of Surveillance and Investigation
Virginia Department of Health
Website: www.vdh.virginia.gov/leadsafe
Schools, Workplaces, & Community Locations Website: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/schools-
workplaces-community-locations/

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Jessica Rosner

From: Rob Shinn <rob@capresults.net> on behalf of Rob Shinn


Sent: Friday, September 18, 2020 2:09 PM
To: Julie Henderson
Cc: jessica.rosner@vdh.virginia.gov; kristin.clay@vdh.virginia.gov;
rachel.ellick@vdh.virginia.gov
Subject: Re: Smithfield Foods Details Ongoing COVID-19 Testing at Its Facilities | Smithfield
Foods

Thanks Julie. I’m on vacation today but will call you Monday to discuss.
Rob

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 18, 2020, at 8:17 AM, Julie Henderson <julie.henderson@vdh.virginia.gov> wrote:

Rob,

You asked if companies had posted their COVID-19 mitigation strategies or plans online and I
did just find Smithfield Foods and thought I would share.

Thanks,
Julie

Smithfield Foods Details Ongoing COVID-19 Testing at Its Facilities | Smithfield Foods

https://www.smithfieldfoods.com/press-room/company-news/smithfield-foods-details-ongoing-
covid-19-testing-at-its-facilities