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Meeting Dates & Agendas

Category : Uncategorized

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board Members of Chester County Natural Gas Authority, Lancaster County Natural Gas Authority and York County Natural Gas Authority will meet on Wednesday, September 21, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at York County Natural Gas Authority, 979 West Main St, Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Members of the public who are interested in attending the meeting should call Jill Mikels at 329-5255 so appropriate meeting space can be made available.

Given by direction of the Chairman of the Patriots Energy Group on this the 19th day of September, 2017

Below you will find a copy of the agenda for the meeting.

September Agenda_2017


 


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Rapid Development is Cause for Concern

Category : Safety

The I-77 corridor is one of the fastest growing areas of South Carolina.  As communities grow the risk to pipelines, and in turn the public, increases.  As development spreads attention should be given to the risks associated with underground utilities in highly populated areas.  Natural gas pipelines are one of the safest modes of transportation, but excavation incidents involving pipelines can lead to injuries and damage to property.

The PEG partners want to proactively address utility safety on the front end of projects with those responsible for land use development.   For additional information contact Glen Boatwright at (803) 323-5430 or your local PEG partner.

 


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Call 811 Before You Dig

Category : Safety

A leading cause of pipeline incidents across the nation is caused by outside force and excavation related activities.  As a member of the SC811 Palmetto Utility Protection Service, otherwise known as PUPS, we advocate the use of 811 before excavation activities to protect the public.

If it requires a shovel, it requires a call to SC811.  Request a locate online at SC811.com or get the SC811 mobile app.

Because of our proximity to NC, always call 1-888-721-7877 when using a mobile phone.

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