Mattapoisett residents want natural gas lines extended
In some neighborhoods south of Route 6, high flood waters can make propane and oil tanks float above ground and spill fuel, a resident said.
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#1 Jan 17, 2013
Rather than install natural gas lines to these areas, have that resident change his appliances to electic. I'm sure if Nstar would consider this installation, they would survey these areas to see how many customers they would hook up. Of course, more than 200 people would have to change oil burners, stoves and whatever other appliances using gas. All this to make one person happy. What a dumb idea. And don't forget what happened when hurricane Sandy hit the coastal areas with underground gas lines. Over 100 houses burned by gas fueled fires. How about installing sewage in these coastal areas instead, so we can preserve Buzzards Bay?
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