EPPING — Liberty Utilities is touting the benefits of its proposed liquified natural gas storage facility in West Epping, including addressing residents’ concerns with aesthetics and safety.Residents have been vocal against the project, which is part of Liberty Utilities’ Granite Bridge, a 27-mile underground natural gas pipeline that would run along Route 101 from Stratham to Manchester. The liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facility would be constructed in an empty quarry. […]

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