Enbridge holds open house for Line 5 route


February 22, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Joe Pinardi, left, chair of the Iron County Board of Supervisors, and Opal Roberts, supervisor, talk with Enbridge employee Rolf Lund during a community open house event on Thursday for the proposed Line 5 Wisconsin segment relation project at the Iron County Memorial Building in Hurley.


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HURLEY - Enbridge, Inc. held an open house Thursday to discuss the proposed route for the Line 5 Wisconsin Segment Relocation Project.

Enbridge, a multinational energy transportation company based in Calgary, submitted permit applications for a roughly 40-mile petroleum and liquid natural gas pipeline that would be constructed from existing Line 5 pipeline near the Ashland Municipal Airport to another section of existing Line 5 near Gurney. The new section is a re-route to replace a 12 mile segment that runs through the Bad River Band of Lake...

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