More oversight needed if pipeline tries to move tar sands oil
RANDOLPH — A handful of local landowners gathered in a town-owned recreation area on Wednesday at an Audubon Society of New Hampshire (ASNH) press conference organized to discuss the risks of a potential project to move tar sands crude oil through five Coös towns in an existing 18-inch pipe that is more than 60 years old.
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