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Additional Informational Meetings Completed for Proposed Navigator CO2 Pipeline

The IUB has completed the 13 additional public informational meetings that were requested by Navigator Heartland Greenway LLC (Navigator) to discuss Navigator’s proposal to build and operate a large-scale pipeline system that will capture and transport liquefied carbon dioxide from local facilities and span approximately 1,300 miles across five Midwest states, including Iowa. Navigator requested the meetings in a letter filed on June 15, 2022, and also filed a new proposed pipeline route overview map and county maps in Docket No. HLP-2021-0003. The meetings were held between August 22 and September 21.

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Register Now for IUB Customer Service Fall Meetings

IUB Customer Service staff will hold four fall meetings across the state for utility company
professionals and community action agency staff members. 
In-person meetings will be at 2 p.m. September 26 at YMCA, 520 W. Fifth St., Washington; 1:30 p.m. October 6 at Council Bluffs Public Library, 400 Willow Ave., Council Bluffs; and 1 p.m. October 10 at Cedar Falls Public Library, 524 Main St., Cedar Falls. A virtual and in-person meeting option will be at 1:30 p.m. October 11 at the IUB, 1375 E. Court Ave., Des Moines. Topics to be discussed include an overview of the IUB’s regulation and jurisdiction, utility service 
disconnection procedures, 
Iowa's annual winter moratorium and Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) overview, and rules updates. Click here to register. For information, call 515-725-7300 or email 
customer@iub.iowa.gov.

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IUB Reminds Iowans to Call 811 to Locate Underground Utilities Before Digging

More than 40 percent of American homeowners who plan to landscape a yard, plant a tree, or install a fence or mailbox this year likely will not make a required 811 call to have their underground utilities located before digging begins. The IUB reminds Iowans  to always call 811 or go to IowaOneCall.com before digging; it's the law! Contacting Iowa One Call notifies operators with underground utility facilities of the intent to dig. Utility companies will respond within two business days by marking underground utilities with color-coded paint marks or flags that tell an excavator where utility lines are located. Learn more by reviewing the IUB and Attorney General's Office Iowa One Call Damage Prevention video.

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