PSNH, forest society executives continue to seek Northern Pass deal
The April 22 meeting included Difley with two of her senior staff members and Quinlan with two of his, according to society spokesman Jack Savage.
Northern Pass partners agreed last year to bury about eight miles of the transmission lines through the northernmost parts of the state along the Canadian border.
“When I first met with Mr. Quinlan, I encouraged him to reach out to some of the folks that were opposing the project, and he did, to his credit,” said Bradley, who is actively supporting more burial of the lines if the project is built. “The fact that people are talking is encouraging, but I think there’s a long way to go.”
“We have met with the Forest Society as part of our comprehensive outreach efforts across New Hampshire, and we remain open to further discussions as the permitting process moves along,” she said.
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