Pipeline meeting to be held on Dec. 13 at Mason Elementary School

Pipeline meeting to be held on Dec. 13 at Mason Elementary School

Mason Pipeline Informational Meeting
Saturday, Dec. 13, 9am to 1pm
Mason Elementary School 

(Note: Registration is not required, but meeting organizers hope that people will register so that they can ensure adequate seating for all who attend. Information on registration is at the end of this announcement.)

Join us to learn about the proposed natural gas pipeline and how it can affect you. The 36-inch diameter pipeline would cross the towns of Winchester, Fitzwilliam, Rindge, New Ipswich, Greenville, and Mason, just touch Wilton, Brookline, and Amherst, then continue across the Merrimack River into Litchfield, Londonderry, Windham, and Pelham.

Presentations will describe the pipeline and the proposed route, talk about the approval process, and inform you.

Speakers will include representatives of New Hampshire Pipeline Awareness and the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund. A 20-minute film will show what it’s like to have a compressor station as a neighbor.

The meeting, sponsored by 350 New Hampshire and concerned citizens, is open to the public. It will be held at the Mason Elementary School, 13 Darling Hill Road (on Route 123) in Mason, NH, from 9 a.m. to about 1 p.m on Saturday, December 13. Residents of any affected town are invited. Please reply to nhpipeline@gmail.com to let us know how many will be attending to help ensure adequate seating.