Lehigh Valley legislators contend region safer a year after Allentown blast

Feb 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NJ.com

Lehigh Valley legislators feel they've made great strides in improving gas pipeline safety in the year following the Allentown explosion that killed five people.

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Reading, PA

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Now all we have to watch for is sinkholes that are the cities liability not UGI and certainly not the homeowners. There responsibility begins at the curb valve and goes underneath the sidewalk.
failing infastructure

Birdsboro, PA

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No proper authorities have made the connection with allentowns bursting water pipes and gas blasts. UGI or Allentown water authority when local officials have there a$$e$ backed by the local legal team that JPK has mentored anything is possible in the city with no limits.

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