Don Loper left, a right-of-way representative with Doyle Land Services, talks to a landowner during a public meeting Thursday on the proposed Dominion Resources Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Don Loper left, a right-of-way representative with Doyle Land Services, talks to a landowner during a public meeting Thursday on the proposed Dominion Resources Atlantic Coast Pipeline. ndunn@newsobserver.com
Don Loper left, a right-of-way representative with Doyle Land Services, talks to a landowner during a public meeting Thursday on the proposed Dominion Resources Atlantic Coast Pipeline. ndunn@newsobserver.com

Johnston County landowners get glimpse of natural gas pipeline route

September 29, 2014 08:51 AM

UPDATED September 30, 2014 04:49 PM

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