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The Chickahominy Pipeline is a project planned by Chickahominy Pipeline, LLC to transport natural gas from Transco’s existing pipeline in Charlottesville to the proposed Chickahominy Power project in Charles City County. The pipeline will be 83-miles long with plans to parallel existing utility lines for 40% of its route.
The graphic below depicts the proposed route in Louisa County. A pdf map with parcel-level detail is available here (file size is ~6 MB).
You may receive a letter in the mail from Chickahominy Pipeline, LLC. The letter promises improved communication to include listening sessions. Please follow the Chickahominy Pipeline website and Facebook page for updates.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ChickahominyPipeline
Case documents and a summary of all the actions taken may be found on the SCC website. Use the links below to stay up-to-date.
Louisa County invited the Chickahominy Pipeline developer to speak at a Board of Supervisors meeting on September 20, 2021. No Chickahominy Pipeline representative participated in the meeting. Watch the meeting highlight below for the full discussion at the September 20th meeting.
A representative contracted by Chickahominy Pipeline, LLC presented at the October 4th Board of Supervisors meeting. Following the presentation, the Board of Supervisors passed a motion for the County attorney to file a response reporting concerns expressed by Louisa County residents and reserving the right to file further agreements before the SCC at a later date if necessary. Watch the presentation and discussion below, then read the related response.
You may join us in-person at an upcoming Board of Supervisors meeting at 1 Woolfolk Ave, Louisa VA 23093. The public comment period will begin shortly after 6:00pm.
To participate remotely, submit a comment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or 1 Woolfolk Ave, Suite 301, Louisa VA 23093 (Atten: A. Stanley). Public comments received by 5pm the day of the meeting will be read aloud. Watch the meeting live at 6:00pm or at your convenience.