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WEST AMWELL: Two sides cross swords at open house on pipeline

Hundreds endured a cold, drizzly rain Thursday, Nov. 13, to seek details and ask questions about the PennEast natural gas pipeline, which is proposed to cut across southern Hunterdon and northern Mercer counties.

It was the only open house on the project scheduled to be held in New Jersey by PennEast Pipeline Company and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The two-hour event was held in South Hunterdon Regional High School’s gymnasium.

There was no program, and no opportunity for statements or for questions the entire audience could hear. About 500 people sought out tables with displays on various elements of the work (such as safety, operations, the environment, construction, restoration), or sit with representatives at computer terminals to call up maps that showed a rough idea of the proposed route and could be focused down to an individual property.


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Kenneth C. Zaentz, CFRE, president and CEO, Alzheimer’s Association
Gregory Lalevee, business manager, IUOE Local 825
Citizens Against the PennEast Pipeline
To: Community of West Amwell

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Christmas with Trace Adkins
The country star is bringing a new holiday tradition to the State Theatre
Even if you’re not a country music fan, you probably have heard of Trace Adkins and can recognize his trademark baritone voice, which has churned out top hits such as “You’re Gonna Miss This,” “Ladies Love Country Boys” and “Songs About Me.”

   In addition to selling more than 10 million albums, Mr. Adkins was the winner of Donald Trump’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, has performed for seven USO Tours, voiced the recurring character of Elvin on King of the Hill and regularly acts as a voiceover artist.

   Just as he did last year, Mr. Adkins is taking a break from his normal concert schedule to embark on a special Christmas tour, which will be stopping at the State Theatre in New Brunswick on Nov. 18. It’s a new holiday tradition the country star says is one of the best decisions he has ever made.












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