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    Design standards for setbacks from existing petroleum lines

    am looking for ideas on design standards for setbacks from an underground liquified petroleum pipeline for a proposed subdivision that crosses the line. I suggest 50' both sides of the center of the pipeline. Anyone with experiences, good ideas. write me timdolan@kelso.gov. thanks

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    design standards for setbacks from existing petroleum lines

    I believe there are federal standards calling for 50' setbacks fromm the pipeline, unless there is more than 4' of cover over the pipe, in which case the setback can be less.

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