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Public gets chance to comment on Ruby Pipeline

Public gets chance to comment on Ruby Pipeline



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RENO, Nev. (AP) -- The public can comment through Aug. 10 on a draft environmental impact statement for a proposed pipeline that would run through four states.

The Ruby Pipeline Project, a natural gas pipeline, would stretch from Wyoming through Utah and Nevada to Oregon.

Between July 21 and July 30, seven public meetings will be held to gather comment on the proposal.

Two public meetings will be held in each of three states -- Oregon, Nevada and Utah -- and one meeting is scheduled in Wyoming.

After the comments are reviewed, any significant new issues will be investigated and a final environmental impact statement will be issued.

Several federal and state agencies are working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in preparing the impact statement.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

CLICK HERE for more information on the proposal or to send your comments to the FERC electronically. Utah public meeting schedule

July 27, 2009
Brigham City Senior Center
24 N 300 W, Brigham City, UT

July 30, 2009
Hyrum Civic Center
83 W. Main St., Hyrum, UT

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