Thursday, September 3, 2015

In the News: Pipeline opposition group to meet, good communication helps with roadway work

"Spectra Access Northeast Opposition Group will hold its second meeting on Thursday, Sept. 3, 7 p.m. at the First Universalist Society, 262 Chestnut St., Franklin. 
The group opposes a 48-mile natural gas pipeline proposed for the Milford area due to environmental and property value concerns. The pipeline is slated to run through Milford, Medway, Bellingham, Franklin, Upton, Millis, Norfolk and Walpole."
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"Good communication has helped businesses deal with the extensive roadwork taking place in the downtown area, a local business official said. 
Franklin Downtown Partnership Executive Director Lisa Piana said it has been "so far, so good." 
"We've set up a good communications system," she said. "As executive director, I've attended meetings about it every two weeks, so I've been getting direct updates."
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