Augusta City Council will get an update tonight about the natural gas pipeline construction in the city.

City Manager William Bridgeo said the city has received some complaints about the pipeline work that has torn up city streets and caused traffic tie ups. He’s asked representatives for both pipelines  — Summit Natural Gas of Maine and Maine Natural Gas — to attend the meeting.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in council chambers. It is not a public hearing, but a briefing to council.

Citizens with concerns about pipeline construction should contact Bridgeo’s office, their city councilor or Public Works Director Lesley Jones.

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