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About Back Bay Pipeline
National Grid’s local distribution pipeline main expansion to accommodate One Dalton, a new approx. 700 ft tall luxury property near the Prudential Center.  Approved by the Public Improvements Commission (PIC) on December 7, 2017, this pipeline is 4,100 ft. long, running through the heart Boston’s Back Bay area.
Currently under construction.

Statement from #StopBackBayPipeline
The City of Boston has allowed National Grid to construct its Back Bay Billionaires’ Pipeline, ignoring the winter moratorium, ignoring the unanimous City Council resolution that no decision be made without a robust public conversation, and in spite of the fact that the Attorney General has recommended that the DPU reject the sweetheart financing arrangement.
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Vigils held at lunchtime every Wednesday:
— Stop Back Bay Pipeline Vigil. The City of Boston has allowed National Grid to construct its Back Bay Billionaires’ Pipeline, ignoring the winter moratorium, ignoring the unanimous City Council resolution that no decision be made without a robust public conversation, and in spite of the fact that the Attorney General has recommended that the DPU reject the sweetheart financing arrangement. We will bear witness, and make known our opposition to this terrible project that will poison our city, and our planet. Fracked gas is not a “bridge” fuel. We call on our Mayor and elected officials to initiate a moratorium on fossil fuel expansion – stop this madness. Join us for lunch hour, every Wednesday; bring signs, make your voice heard.
12 PM – 1 PM every Wednesday
Belvidere St. and Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA
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