Lansing State Journal

Executives of Enbridge Inc., one of the largest pipeline companies in the world, say their construction project in southern Ingham County has brought some of the toughest homeowner opposition they’ve ever encountered.

Company executives, including Stephen Wuori — president of the liquids pipelines division for Enbridge -- met with the Lansing State Journal editorial board this week to discuss their ongoing pipeline project near Stockbridge. The company is replacing 285 miles of its controversial Line 6B, which gained notoriety when it ruptured into a tributary of the Kalamazoo River near Marshall in July 2010.

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