Medina Township Trustees Seek Answers on Pipeline Revival

From The Medina County Gazette:
Township Trustee Mike Todd criticized representatives of Sunoco Logistics on Thursday for failing to inform trustees of plans to renovate a pumping station at 3623 Watkins Road to move liquid ethane through a 50-year-old pipeline.
Trustees did not know about the project until told by a township resident fearful about possible safety hazards.
Three Sunoco Logistics employees and a worker from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration answered questions from residents and trustees about the project for 1οΎ½ hours at Thursday’s trustees meeting.“Anything you can do to assuage their concerns is good public relations,” Todd said.
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