Looking out toward the proposed Jordan Cove LNG terminal site near Coos Bay, Oregon. 

Looking out toward the proposed Jordan Cove LNG terminal site near Coos Bay, Oregon. 

Jes Burns/OPB/EarthFix

Klamath County Commissioners have renewed their support for the Jordan Cove liquid natural gas pipeline after approving a letter Wednesday endorsing the project.

Approved 2-1, the letter gave sitting commissioners a chance to back the project in their own words similar to a letter approved by commissioners in 2014.

Opposed to the letter was Commissioner Kelley Minty Morris, who was in favor of taking more time to craft milder language rather than unequivocal support.

The letter, addressed to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, said the Jordan Cove pipeline represents a significant economic opportunity that should not be passed up.

Read more at The Herald and News.