IOWA — The company behind a proposed 11-hundred mile oil pipeline through Iowa is delaying a series of public meetings.Energy Transfer Partners says the meetings were originally scheduled for September and October. They will now be pushed back until December so landowners affected by the proposal can finish their annual harvest.The Iowa Public Utilities Board must also sign off on the project before construction can begin.Energy Transfer Partners hopes to have construction completed by 2016.
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