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Puget Sound Energy natural gas pipeline project
Chehalis State Avenue natural gas line replacement
Winter 2010-11 project completion
- We completed construction of the new natural gas line on Jan. 17, 2011
To ensure continued reliability for our customers in the Chehalis area, PSE replaced approximately 4,000 feet of 4-inch natural gas pipeline (originally installed in 1956) with 8-inch natural gas pipeline in downtown Chehalis. The pipeline runs along Northwest State Avenue between Northwest Prindle and Northwest Sitka streets.
For more information on this project, e-mail PSETalk@pse.com or call Amy Tousley, municipal liaison manager, at 360-786-5956.
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