Greenwich area pipeline replacement project in the works

Columbia Gas of Ohio to spend $1.8 million for project.
Aaron Krause
May 25, 2014

The Greenwich area will soon benefit from Columbia Gas of Ohio's pipeline improvement program.

More than 16,000 feet of natural gas main line will be replaced in the area as Columbia Gas upgrades existing steel pipe with plastic pipe. The project will take several months and will include a number of streets: Center Street, Main Street, West Main Street, Elmwood Drive, Market Street, New Street, Pierce Street, Seminary Street, South Street, Sunset Street, Tilton Street and Townsend Street.

In the near future, customers on these streets will notice preliminary construction work in the area, such as staking of right of way and inspection of sewer lines.

 

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