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    Proposal to serve city buildings and schools will provide boost for local economy

    July 22, 2013

    AUGUSTA, Maine — Summit Natural Gas of Maine announced today the City of Augusta has selected the company to provide natural gas service to all city buildings, including schools, a decision that will save the city $641,464 annually. The decision was made by a unanimous vote at the city council meeting on July 18. Summit Natural Gas of Maine will invest $63 million in infrastructure to provide natural gas service in the city of Augusta, for a total of more than 130 miles...

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    Company takes out full-page ad to blast Augusta officials over bid handling

    Kennebec Journal, July 16, 2013

    By Keith Edwards kedwards@centralmaine.comStaff Writer

    AUGUSTA — One of two companies competing to bring natural gas to city property, frustrated with the city’s bid process, has withdrawn its bid and the City Council Thursday will consider giving the contract to the competing company.In an open letter to the Augusta City Council Tuesday, Brunswick-based Maine Natural Gas announced it is withdrawing its proposal to provide city property...

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    Morning Sentinel, July 16, 2013

    By Amy Calder acalder@mainetoday.comStaff WriterWATERVILLE – City councilors Tuesday took final votes to authorize Summit Natural Gas of Maine Inc. to install distribution pipelines through the city.The 6-0 vote to approve is contingent on Summit getting road opening permits from the city's public works department.The distribution pipeline, scheduled to be installed this summer, will go from Kennedy Memorial Drive to Silver and Elm streets, pass by Post Office Square, continue to College Avenue and proceed to the...

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    Largest commercial office property owner in Kennebec Valley based decision on company's commitment to the community

    For Immediate Release: July 8, 2013

    Media Contact: Greg GlynnNancy Marshall Communicationsgglynn@marshallpr.com  207-620-9076

    AUGUSTA, Maine — Summit Natural Gas of Maine announced today that the Augusta-based company has reached an agreement with Mattson Development to supply the largest commercial office property owner in the Kennebec Valley with natural gas service by this fall. Mattson Development owns close...

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