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Pipeline Meeting Moved Due To Protest Plans In Virginia

Dominion changed the venue for its information meeting on its natural gas pipeline next week after protest plans were announced at its previously arranged location. Company representatives scheduled it as the first of many open houses to answer questions from landowners and the public on an informal, one-on-one basis. They will have more details about information and maps for the proposed 550-mile utility line Dominion wants to build from West Virginia to North Carolina. The Augusta County Alliance, which formed in opposition to the energy company’s proposal, alerted supporters Thursday about protests being organized in Verona. On Friday, County Administrator Pat Coffield notified Dominion that the wording of the alert from the Alliance raised safety concerns about government employees and open house visitors. The open house would have overlapped with Government Center hours. Because of that and the safety concerns, “I do not feel that the Government Center is the appropriate location for the Open House along with the planned activities of the Augusta County Alliance,” Coffield wrote in a letter to Dominion. In an interview, Coffield noted phrases in the Alliance email newsletter about not letting, “the landowners go in there alone.” “Let’s pack the parking lot and pack the room,” the notice said. http://goo.gl/AgY4Q8

Pipeline Meeting Moved Due To Protest Plans In Virginia

Dominion changed the venue for its information meeting on its natural gas pipeline next week after protest plans were announced at its previously arranged location. Company representatives scheduled it as the first of many open houses to answer questions from landowners and the public on an informal, one-on-one basis. They will have more details about information and maps for the proposed 550-mile utility line Dominion wants to build from West Virginia to North Carolina. The Augusta County Alliance, which formed in opposition to the energy company’s proposal, alerted supporters Thursday about protests being organized in Verona. On Friday, County Administrator Pat Coffield notified Dominion that the wording of the alert from the Alliance raised safety concerns about government employees and open house visitors. The open house would have overlapped with Government Center hours. Because of that and the safety concerns, “I do not feel that the Government Center is the appropriate location for the Open House along with the planned activities of the Augusta County Alliance,” Coffield wrote in a letter to Dominion. In an interview, Coffield noted phrases in the Alliance email newsletter about not letting, “the landowners go in there alone.” “Let’s pack the parking lot and pack the room,” the notice said. http://goo.gl/AgY4Q8

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