MONKTON Vermont Gas says its changed a proposed natural gas pipeline route after a number of residents in one community said it would be too close to their homes.
Vermont Gas last year proposed the 42-mile pipeline from Colchester to Middlebury.
Spokesman Steve Wark told Vermont Public Radio that the new route would primarily follow an existing utility line in Monkton, Hinesburg and New Haven.MORE IN Vermont NewsMONTPELIER U.S. Sen. Full StoryAUGUSTA, Maine FairPoint worker Jeff Dorn has already told his children that Christmas is going... Full Story
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