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EXETER — Opponents of the proposed Granite Bridge pipeline held signs and rallied Saturday in front of the old Town Hall.The effort led by 350NH pushed back against Liberty Utilities’ proposed 27-mile, 16-inch liquefied natural gas pipeline from Manchester to Exeter. The project would include a 150- to 170-foot high, 200-foot diameter tank capable of storing 2 billion cubic feet of gas in an abandoned quarry in Epping. According to Liberty’s estimates the project cost is $414 million. […]

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