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WINCHESTER PIPELINE AWARENESS MEETING



WINCHESTER PIPELINE AWARENESS

Saturday, February 13th

Time: TAB

Winchester Town Hall, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

1 Richmond Road - corner of Routes 10 and 119

INVITED

• Winchester Board of Selectmen & Conservation Commission

• Colin Van Ostern, Executive Councilor representing Winchester, candidate for NH Governor

• Town Boards of Selectmen & Conservation Commissions

• State Representatives

• All local residents

• Public Welcome!

Please, come join your friends and neighbors. All are welcome!

AGENDA (Tentative)

✓ Winchester Vote March 4 –Warrant Article 9

✓ NH Municipal Pipeline Coalition

✓ KM Wetland Mitigation Meetings

- Cathy Kristofferson, Stop NED, Ashby, MA Conservation Commission

✓ Compressor Station Proposed for Winchester: Map, Health Impacts, Exposure

- Stephanie Scherr, ECHO Action

- Sue Durling, Winchester Pipeline Awareness

✓ NH PUC & SEC Update

- Pat Brady Martin, Rindge Energy Commission Chair

✓ Gas Companies & Utilities: Their relationship

- Sue Durling, Winchester Pipeline Awareness

✓ Troy Mills Superfund Site & The Pipeline

Sheila Ames, Troy Conservation Commission

✓ Rhododendron State Park: Impacts, Concerns, Defense

Tom Matson, Troy Selectman

✓ Pipeline Related Bills Coming Up For a Vote

How bills work and how to follow them, bill to remove the solar cap, pipeline related bills

- Marge Shepardson (D), Carol Roberts (D)

- NH Representatives Jim McConnell (R)

CONTACTS

Sue Durling: ECHO Action, Winchester Pipeline Awareness

Stephanie Scherr: ECHO Action, STOP THE NH PIPELINE: Monadnock Region

REGIONAL PIPELINE MEETING & BAKE SALE!

Sponsored by ECHO Action and Winchester Pipeline Awareness

We look forward to seeing everyone on Saturday to share information, strengthen community ties and to begin developing strategies to protect our towns for future generations!

You can help support volunteers in your community who are helping to stop the NED pipeline!

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BAKE AND DONATE! Please let us know if you can bake for us!

✓ Cookies

✓ Cupcakes

✓ Muffins

✓ Snack bars

✓ Napkins

BAKE SALE DROP OFF

- Friday at the Town Hall 10:30-11:00 AM

- Saturday at 8:45 AM before the meeting

SUPPORT PIPELINE OPPOSITION OUTREACH IN YOUR COMMUNITY!

✓ Buy snacks at the meeting

✓ Donate at ECHOaction.org

✓ Volunteer to run a fundraiser for ECHO Action

BEVERAGES

- Please bring your reusable beverage container with you to the Town Hall with your coffee or water.

- Juice and soda discouraged. Spills are sticky. If you spill, please wipe it up! Thank you!

SET UP

✓ Friday morning, 10:30 AM. Assistance needed with setting up chairs.

BREAK DOWN & SWEEP

✓ Volunteers need to help wrap up the Town Hall after the meeting. We are so appreciative to the Board of Selectman for arranging for us to use the hall.

* Please help us by putting trash in its place during the meeting. We have worked hard to provide information for the community. Please make it easy for us to wrap up the meeting.

* All proceeds go to assist in the fight against the NED pipeline!

#Winchester #pipelinemeeting #compressorstation

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