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August 18, 2019 - 08:00
New Hampshire Union Leader

Unitil is expected to begin work soon on a plan to extend its natural gas service into Epping.

The Hampton-based utility company has gas service to the south on Route 125 in Plaistow and to the north in Rochester, but this is the first time that it will be offered in Epping.

“We’re still very much on track to begin the primary work this year with completion in 2020,” said Alec O’Meara, Unitil’s media relations manager.

Unitil expanded natural gas service into Brentwood in 2014 with a line along Route 27.

O’Meara said the new plan would extend that line for about a mile on Route 27 in Brentwood and then continue for another three miles in Epping. The line would run west on Route 27 and then turn south on Route 125.

The expansion, which would be the first time natural gas service is offered in Epping, would serve approximately 300 residences and businesses.

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