EPPING — The town’s voters on Tuesday approved a measure to give residents a voice on a project to create a liquefied natural gas storage facility in town.Voters approved a “Right to Decide” resolution by a vote of 654 to 222. Article 31 asked voters their opinion on their right to decide if the liquefied natural gas storage facility as part of Liberty Utilities’ proposed Granite Bridge project should be located in West Epping. While nonbinding, the article also calls for the […]

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