Pipeline warning signs hit the Granite Bridge fracked gas freeway
The first batch of "Stop Granite Bridge Pipeline" and "Danger Pipeline Incineration Zone" signs have been posted along Route 101, the Liberty Utilities fracked gas pipeline route.
The signs are popping up along the route from Manchester to Stratham, raising awareness, engaging discussion.
The pipeline and a massive LNG tank proposed by Liberty Utilities has been touted as a way to help ratepayers reduce their utility bills. Once the numbers were researched, it was determined that it would take ratepayers (not Liberty or their shareholders) 73 years to receive a return on the excessive overbuild natural gas monstrosity.
Pipeline Education Sessions are being scheduled for the public, to share information about the pipeline and what it means to those in its path, as well as Liberty's customers who do not live along the proposed route.
Sign painting parties are being scheduled for several pipeline impacted towns.
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