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Monday, August 10, 2009

Anti-LNG Group To Hold Annual Meeting in St. Andrews

The Save Passamaquoddy Bay group is holding it's annual general meeting later this month to discuss what's next for the DownEast LNG projects.Spokesperson Jessie Davies tells CHSJ News, all three proposals involve building an LNG terminal on the Maine side of the bay and transporting product by tankers through the Passamquoddy Bay and Head Harbour.
Davies says the provincial government has been behind the group since the beginning, and has even intervened in the legal process with DownEast LNG.The meeting takes place on August 18th, at 7:30 at the Anglican Church on King Street in St. Andrews.

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