Town of Litchfield, New Hampshire

Darrah Pond, Litchfield_ the pond is located in the Darrah Pond aquifer, which supplies water to some 20,000 or more residents of Litchfield and Hudson, and is in the projected path of the pipeline

Darrah Pond, Litchfield The pond is located in the Darrah Pond aquifer, which supplies water to some 20,000 or more residents of Litchfield and Hudson, and is in the projected path of the pipeline

Information about Litchfield is available on the Town of Litchfield Website

Informational on the proposed Kinder Morgan Gas Pipeline is also available under Proposed Kinger Morgan Gas Pipeline

 

 

 

Litchfield and Hudson Residents Join in Protest at the Public Utility Commission

NHPUC Rally 2015-07-31

Area residents gather at the Public Utilities Commission in Concord to protest approval of a contract between Liberty Utilities and Tennessee Gas Pipeline that could help advance the Northeast Energy Direct project forward

Originally, PUC staff testimony recommended against approval of the proposed Liberty agreement, citing it as “speculative” and not least cost, and that it would leave Liberty Utilities and ratepayers with substantial excess capacity over the life of the contract. Later, a settlement agreement was reached in which Liberty scaled back the 115,000 dth/d to 100,000 dth/d and the agreement is now receiving a nod to the Commission by staff member Melissa Whitten.”  Read more …

 

Information obtained and submitted by the Town of Litchfield on the proposed NED pipeline can be found below:
» Litchfield Board of Selectmen’s Letter to the FERC
» Litchfield Planning Board’s Letter to FERC

Letters from Litchfield residents can be found below

Another NOT for New Hamnshire Letter for the Pile

Homes on Wren Street, Litchfield, some of the 67 estimated Litchfield homes potentially impacted by pipeline

Homes on Wren Street, Litchfield, some of the 67 estimated Litchfield homes potentially impacted by pipeline

“The so-called “NED” (short for’Northeast Energy Direct”) high-pressure gas pipeline project is opening eyes and raising brows. Unfortunately, not enough fast enough. Proposed by ihe Kinder Morgan Company (*KM”) and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company (collectively, *KIV{/TGPC’), the project is being rammed through and expected to be considered for certification by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) in just three to four months.” Read more …

Looking down projected path of pipeline from Route 3A, Litchfield

Where the pipeline is projected to cross Route 3A, Litchfield

Looking down Wren Street, Litchfield, at some of the estimated 67 Litchfield homes potentially impacted by the pipeline

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Additionally Litchfield has a Facebook page for social media sharing of information. Click the Facebook link to be redirected to Litchfield NH Residents against Proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline.