Thursday, January 7, 2016

"They want us to pay for their pipeline so they can export their gas"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin

Area residents at Wednesday's Town Council meeting said a proposed natural-gas pipeline that would run through Franklin - as well as other nearby towns - was unnecessary and environmentally unfriendly. 
A group of concerned citizens gave a presentation to the council, saying the local demand does not justify the 119-mile Spectra Energy pipeline. 
Mendon residents Rand and Carolyn Barthel narrated a slideshow presentation in which they made their case against the project. 
"This is a regional issue, a national issue and an international issue," Carolyn said, noting that such area towns as Milford, Bellingham, Medway, Franklin, Millis, Norfolk and Walpole would be affected by the pipeline.
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screen grab of one of the presentation slides
screen grab of one of the presentation slides

Live reporting from the meeting including a copy of the presentation document used can be found here

Also on the Spectra pipeline from Upton

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