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Massachusetts energy company plans Groveton plant

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A proposal to convert part of a shuttered North Country paper mill into a transfer station for natural gas could create more than 80 jobs and cut the town of Groveton's tax bills in half. Clear Energy of Marlborough, Mass., an energy development company, made a pitch to the town last month to use 8 acres on the former Wausau paper plant to convert natural gas into liquefied...

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