Pipeline Coming Together in Poland Township

From Business Journal Daily:
Dotted lines of pipes propped up on pallets flow north and south above the muddy fields as teams of pipefitters are deployed to weld them together and operating engineers to bulldoze the 15-foot trenches where they’ll be buried.
Four weeks ago, these fields were untouched, the residents of this rural neighborhood at the Pennsylvania line only hearing the beeping sounds of men and bulldozers at work from the nearby Carbon Limestone Landfill.
Today they see and hear pipeline work crews six days a week, arriving in trucks with Louisiana license plates and in a former school bus that ferries them from site to site as they piece the construction project together.
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