BAKER MAY VISIT WEYMOUTH COMPRESSOR STATION SITE
By Katie Lannan
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JULY 10, 2017....Gov. Charlie Baker seems receptive to touring the site of a proposed natural gas compressor station in North Weymouth, a request made by a project opponent who has been visiting his office regularly since February.
Weymouth resident Andrea Honore on Feb. 28 started spending 15 minutes of her lunch break sitting in Baker's lobby to highlight her opposition the Spectra Energy project. Compressor station opponents have been urging Baker to join them in resisting it and organized a protest last year when he visited Weymouth.
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