ATLANTA (AP) — A committee evaluating petroleum pipelines in Georgia is holding public hearings in Augusta and Atlanta.
The Augusta Chronicle reports that the hearings will include testimony and comments from the public.
Officials say feedback from the hearings will then be considered as the Joint State Commission on Petroleum Pipelines recommends changes to Georgia’s process of evaluating petroleum pipelines.
A hearing in Augusta is set for 10 a.m. Nov. 3 at the Columbia County government building.
Another hearing is planned for Nov. 17 in Atlanta. The time and place for the Atlanta hearing haven’t been announced.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed the 13-member committee.