SEC-NH Working on Website Fix for Large Northern Pass Files
| May 13, 2016
The state Site Evaluation Committee is working on fixing website problems in which a few people have been unable to download especially large files on the Northern Pass project.
Manchester attorney Michael Iacopino said the problem appears to be with the state’s website and mostly involves people in the North Country. In an email to interveners and interested parties, Iacopino said the chairman and the staff, as well as subcommittee members, are aware of the problem and are working to fix it on a temporary and more permanent basis.
He asked the people not use the email distribution list containing the subcommittee members for communications about the problem.
“You should feel free to contact me directly about any particular document that you seek in the interim and I will do my best to get it to you,” Iacopino said.
Additionally complete copies of the application and the February Supplement are available at the town office of every town located on the proposed route, he said.
He can be reached at 603-668-8300 or by email at
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