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Vermont Gas to hold public meeting in Middlebury

Addison County pipeline project

On Jan. 15, a team from Vermont Gas Systems completed the connection, or tap, from the VGS 10-inch main transmission line to a compressor station in Milton. Gas is purchased directly from Vermont Gas at a pressure of 500 pounds per square inch gauge.  NG Advantage compresses the gas to over 3,600 psig and loads it into modules for customer delivery. (Photo courtesy of NG Advantage)

On Jan. 15, a team from Vermont Gas Systems completed the connection, or tap, from the VGS 10-inch main transmission line to a compressor station in Milton. Gas is purchased directly from Vermont Gas at a pressure of 500 pounds per square inch gauge. NG Advantage compresses the gas to over 3,600 psig and loads it into modules for customer delivery. (Photo courtesy of NG Advantage)

— Vermont Gas will hold a public meeting Feb. 27, at 7 p.m., at the VFW Hall on Exchange Street in Middlebury. The meeting will review the controversial second phase of the Addison Natural Gas Project.

The meeting will review the project and discuss opportunities for community input into the transmission line routing through Middlebury, Cornwall and Shoreham.

The meeting will be moderated by Middlebury Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay.

If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact Steve Wark, Project Director, at 802-951-0399 or addison@vermontgas.com.

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