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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 RSS
NASHVILLE — Hundreds of property owners and interested residents packed the Nash County Agriculture Center Tuesday to learn more about the implications of the proposed 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline project. In an interest of flowing more natural gas from West Virginia through North Carolina, Dominion Resources is asking the F ...
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