Barrar and House Committee to Host Hearing About Pipeline Safety
5/29/2019
WHAT: Rep. Steve Barrar (R-Chester/Delaware), chairman of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, will conduct a hearing on the public safety aspects of gas pipeline systems.

WHO: Reps. Chris Quinn (R-Delaware) and Carolyn Comitta (D-Chester); Tim Boyce, director of the Delaware County Department of Emergency Services and county emergency management coordinator; Joseph McGinn, vice president of Public Affairs and Government Relations for Energy Transfer; Bill Godsey, president and chief executive officer for Geo Logic Environmental Services; David Padfield, acting director of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency; Bruce Trego, state fire commissioner; Bibianna Dussling, veteran naval officer and co-president of Middletown Coalition for Community Safety (MCCS); Eric Friedman, president of Andover Homeowner’s Association Inc. and MCCS board member; George Alexander, leadership team member for Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety; Gladys Brown Dutrieuille, chairman of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission; and Paul Metro, manager of the safety division of the bureau of investigation and enforcement of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.

WHEN: Thursday, May 30, at 10 a.m.

WHERE: Delaware County Community College, Marple Campus, 901 S. Media Line Road, Media.

Media contact: Alison Evans, 717.260.6206, aevans@pahousegop.com
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