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VOL. 37 | NO. 1 | Friday, January 4, 2013
Public hearing set in Nashville for gas pipeline
NASHVILLE (AP) — A public hearing will be held in Nashville for residents to comment on a plan by Piedmont Natural Gas to build a gas pipeline through a state natural area.
The hearing, planned for Tuesday evening at the Ellington Agricultural Center, will center on the utility's request to build the 14-mile line from Antioch to Belle Meade, which would cut through Radnor Lake State Natural Area.
WSMV (http://bit.ly/WEU3nd) reports that Piedmont has said that if approved, the construction of the pipeline through Radnor Lake would be done in a manner to minimize the disturbance of the surface of the park.
The public is invited to comment on the utility's request for a state water quality permit.
For more details, visit tn.gov/environment/wpc/ppo/arap/nrs12_225_ph12_012.pdf.