The Troy Conservation Commission (TCC) is holding an information session on the proposed Kinder Morgan-Tennessee Gas Pipeline Saturday, May 2 from 12:30 – 2:30 at the Samuel E. Paul Community Center, 61 South St. in Troy.
- Pipeline Project Overview by Bob Dillberger from Mason. He holds degrees in Forestry and Wildlife Biology and serves on the Mason Conservation Commission
- Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Safety Record by Seth Reece, from the Richmond Planning Board
- The Pipeline Route in Troy by Warren Davis TCC member and retired quality control engineer and Tom Matson, Troy Selectman
- The Pipeline and Troy’s Superfund Site by Sheila Ames, TCC member with a degree in Environmental Studies and Mel Pierce, TCC member with a degree in Forestry
The public is invited to learn about the pipeline and its impact in southern New Hampshire.