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Final Meeting Of Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force Jan. 20

The Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force will meet for the final time on January 20 to finish its work on about 184 recommendations on how to better guide the development of natural gas pipelines in the Commonwealth.

Forty-eight Task Force members and more than 100 individuals served on a dozen work groups to develop the recommendations since late July.

Task Force members will be urged to sign on to a cover letter transmitting the recommendations to Gov. Wolf, but as of yet, no revised report or cover letter has been posted on the Task Force webpage.

The meeting is scheduled to start at 1:00 at DEP’s Southcentral Regional Office, 909 Elmerton Ave., in Harrisburg.  Click Here to watch the meeting via webcast.

For more information, visit the Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force webpage for the latest information.


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