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Wednesday, September 24, 2014 RSS
NASHVILLE  ­— Sheila and Kenneth Deans walked into an Atlantic Coast Pipeline open house Monday hoping to get answers about the project that will cut close to home. What they didn’t know was that the natural gas line, proposed along the Interstate 95 corridor, is about 1,000 feet from their house, in the Strickland&r ...
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