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May 23. 2013 11:49AM

Attorneys: No way through headwaters conservation easement for Northern Pass

A Concord lawfirm has analyzed the Connecticut Headwaters conservation easement deed and concluded that its terms prevent Northern Pass from crossing the property, which encompasses 146,000 acres in Pittsburg, Clarksville and Stewartstown.

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