Maybe it would be a good time to recoup the $1.2 mill tied up in the Creeper Hill land purchase (sub-divide and sell at profit?) and the Perrault land purchase (for a library that will never be built?). View Comment
Miguelito, I too live in North Grafton, close enough that if even one of these 80k gallon tanks blew up, my house would be among the missing. So I share your concerns. I was just CURIOUS where the signs came from.
See you at the meeting. View Comment
well, if there is a bubble of student population moving through the school system, one would think that there would then be fewer teachers needed at the lower levels. Maybe they could shift some resources ... what a concept! View Comment
Various articles in Herald News, but here's one:
"They had been stored at the site for half a century, used to supply backup heating to customers. But during the past six or so years, New England Gas Co. had no use for the supplies as natural gas became more plentiful and New England winters less harsh."
Read more: http://www.heraldnews.com/news/x1922375461/Huge-New-England-Gas-Co-propane-tanks-to-hit-the-road-Tuesday#ixzz2FE9lxnu6
"No fuel will be stored until the Federal Railroad Board and the U.S. Fire Administration, plus state and local fire officials, have reviewed the final construction, Delli Priscoli said. That will be in the spring, he said."
I am not really sure what the point of the cease and desist is. Nothing is scheduled to really take place at this site until the spring. How about some investigative journalism about what specific safety issues surround theses tanks, what monitoring processes exist, etc. There is a business one town over with decades of experience storing and transporting LP gas. View Comment