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Northfield preps list of pipeline concerns for FERC hearing - The Recorder
Editor's Note: Northfield residents have been preparing for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s environmental “scoping session” hearing on Kinder Morgan’s proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline project. The hearing is set for the Greenfield Middle School at 6:30 p.m. tonight. In these stories, reporter Rachel Rapkin has taken a closer look at what one small town faces in assessing possible risks and needs in relation to a such project, from the perspectives of residents and homeowners, as well as municipal government and public safety officials. You can watch the hearing live on Greenfield Community Television and on their website:
Bernardston-Northfield Community TV and Frontier Community TV, channel 12, will also be broadcasting the hearing live.
NORTHFIELD — Northfield citizens believe their public and private water supply could be affected in numerous ways before, during and after construction if the Kinder Morgan’s Tennessee Gas Pipeline project, with a 41,000-horsepower compressor station, comes to town.
Many citizens, specifically those who reside in Northfield, plan to bring up their concerns during tonight’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission environmental scoping meeting to address various topics including, but not limited to, water resources, air and noise quality, geology, emergency services, open space and recreation, and land preservation.
State Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, D-Amherst, has asked that the hearing process be extended to give the communities time to respond to the latest filings, which were made available Friday afternoon. Rosenberg has said that citizens haven’t had enough time to fully review the latest plans for the project and prepare their responses.
Andrew Vernon, a Northfield citizen who lives on Mount Hermon Station Road, doesn’t know what the affect on the watershed would be, and requests FERC to conduct extensive research on the topic and provide as much...Source: www.recorder.com
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