Visual Impact of ACP
"As part of continued efforts to educate residents in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina about the effects of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, [Dominion] released detailed simulations of the pipeline’s visual impact on Nelson County..."
The images show that "like the 2,200 miles of existing pipelines in Virginia, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline could go 'virtually unnoticed' once the land near and in the rights of way is restored to its original condition."
Read the full story from the Nelson County Times.
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The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is key to economic growth
"What seems to be overlooked in much of the media coverage about this project is the basic need for natural gas," says Danielle Fitz-Hugh, Petersburg Chamber of Commerce President and CEO.
Read the full editorial from The Progress Index.
Landowner supports proposed gas pipeline
Travis Clements is a Virginia landowner with property along the proposed ACP route. In a recent letter to the editor published in the The Recorder of Bath and Highland counties, Clements makes his case for supporting the project. "Every anti-pipeline person is costing me money," he says.
Read full letter from The Recorder.