PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf and the Department of Environmental Protection fined Sunoco $12.6 million over violations on the Mariner East 2 Pipeline construction. Despite the fine, construction on the pipeline was allowed to resume, and now the community is stepping up.

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Uwchlan Township’s Board of Supervisors say they have unanimously voted to enforce a zoning ordinance that will stop pipeline construction.

“The ordinance that is being enforced says no pipeline can be constructed in such a way that homes are in its blast radius,” said Sam Bernhardt of Food Water Watch. “We know that the Mariner East 2 pipeline is one of the most dangerous pipeline proposals that Chester County and Pennsylvania has ever seen.”

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An injunction is expected to be filed in Chester County’s Court of Common Pleas in the next few days, and residents say Wolf is not putting public safety first.

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Energy Transfer Partners, Sunoco’s parent company, says it expects the pipeline to be finished by June, but Sunoco says it will not comment on any pending litigation.