Ben Hillman
Lower Spectacle Pond in Otis State Forest in Sandisfield from which more than 1 million gallons of water would be drawn to cleanse a proposed natural gas pipeline.

Sandisfield pipeline spawns water quality battles on three fronts, potentially delaying the project

Tuesday, Sep 27 / By / In their legal filing to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection the complaint of the Citizens alleges that “the proposed pipeline would permanently degrade and impair water uses and quality for waters located at the heart of [8,500 acres] of interconnected, valuable open space.”

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