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Proposed Natural Gas Pipelines in Lancaster County
- FERC will hold a "public scoping" meeting on Monday, August 4, from 7 to 10 p.m. in Millersville University's Student Memorial Center to gather input regarding the proposed natural gas pipeline, according to Lancaster Newspapers. From 6 to 7 p.m., same location, Williams Partners' staff will have an open house similar to the one they held last June.
- Williams Partners will host another open house at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 29; this one--at Acorn Farms Reception and Conference Center--is for landowners affected by a rerouting of the proposed natural gas pipeline through northern Lancaster County.
- LancasterOnline reports that activists came to Lancaster's Penn Square Saturday (June 28) to protest the natural gas pipeline. Read more.
- Natural gas pipeline route changed to avoid natural areas in Lancaster County.
- Pipeline opponents packed the Conestoga Fire Hall to hear concerns about the proposed natural gas pipeline, 05-28-14.
- Williams Partners' Pipeline Open House will be held Wednesday, June 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at 137 S. Front St., Columbia.
- From the law offices of Carolyn Elefant, here is a legal and practical guide for state, local government units, non-governmental organizations and landowners on how the FERC Pipeline Certification Process works and how you can participate.
- Documents, including maps, recently filed by Williams Partners, indicate where the proposed natural gas pipeline could be constructed through Lancaster County. For details, visit Pipeline Open House set for June 11, 05-01-14
- Pipeline Meeting of Lancaster County Commissioners, 04-29-14
- Pipeline Flyer