PRINCETON: Pipeline company warns residents that the project will be noisy
“It’s not going to be quiet for the six-week duration that we’re in here,” Chris Brown, Williams Transcontinental Pipeline Company director of engineering, said to Princeton residents during the pipeline project meeting held in the municipal building Tuesday night.
Williams Transcontinental Pipeline Company (Williams), which is headquartered in Oklahoma, is going to install about 30 miles of new 42-inch pipeline to provide an additional 525,000 dekatherms per day of natural gas from Pennsylvania to the utility companies it serves in mid-Atlantic and Southeast states. A little more than six miles of the project is planned to go through parts of Princeton and Montgomery, with 1.3 miles going through the Princeton Ridge.
The new pipeline is expected to be in operation at the end of 2015 and will run adjacent to an older line that Williams already operates.
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Words and Music
Liz Longley at Concerts at the Crossing
WITH powerful songs such as “Memphis” and “Skin and Bones,” Liz Longley has proven that she’s not just a talented singer, but a gifted songwriter who knows how to tell a story. It’s a combo that has made the singer one to watch in 2015, as more people are expected to discover all she has to offer.
”Whatever is moving me at the time or what I’m drawn to, I work through it in song,” she says. “My songs are like journal entries. It’s a process I absolutely love. It’s addicting.”
The artist recently released her self-titled album, an 11-song collection recorded in Nashville last year with a full band by her side.
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