Pipeline meeting moved due to protest plans

Dominion changed the venue for its information meeting on its natural gas pipeline next week after protest plans were announced at its previously arranged location.

The event will be held at Augusta Expo in Fishersville beginning Monday at 5 p.m. rather than the Government Center in Verona. The county government made the decision Friday not to host the meeting.

Company representatives scheduled it as the first of many open houses to answer questions from landowners and the public on an informal, one-on-one basis. They will have more details about information and maps for the proposed 550-mile utility line Dominion wants to build from West Virginia to North Carolina.

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