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    2. Holyoke Gas and Electric Manager James Lavelle said region needs more

      Holyoke Gas and Electric Manager James Lavelle said region needs more
      The proposed and controversial expansion of the Tennessee Gas Pipeline possibly through Franklin County might not be a bad idea, said the head of the Holyoke Gas and Electric Department. The Northeast needs additional natural gas pipeline capacity, said James M. Lavelle, manager of the Holyoke Gas and Electric Department (HGE).
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    3. Holyoke G&E Manager James Lavelle says high performance computing center will begin to take shape with building demolitions

      Holyoke G&E Manager James Lavelle says high performance computing center will begin to take shape with building demolitions
      ...uilding at Bigelow and Cabot streets will be left standing, officials have said. 041311 james lavelle mug.JPG James Lavelle Lavelle said he expects to get a schedule within a week or two from J.R. Vinagro Corp., of Johns...
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    4. Utility set for major electricity transmission upgrade in WMass, Connecticut

      Timothy W. Brennan, executive director of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission in Springfield, said attracting economic development is directly linked to electricity systems that operate without interruption. "Looking to the future and knowing that our need for electricity is in a reliable format is an important ingredient," he said.
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    5. Cisco Systems outlines public safety communications plan for Holyoke officials

      Despite details to be worked out, Cisco’s program at least will help show how to improve quality of life here for once-leading industrial city that is struggling with poverty and blight but is poised for a rebound, Mayor Elaine A. Pluta said. “We look forward to working with Cisco and our community partners now and in the future to create a one-of-a-kind Holyoke,” Pluta said.
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