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Roanoke-CountySALEM, Va. (AP) _ Roanoke County officials plan to create an advisory committee to gather information about the proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline. The goal is to help county officials and residents stay informed about the project’s process.  The Roanoke County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to form the committee. Supervisors say the pipeline’s developers have failed to inform county officials about plans for the project. Mountain Valley Pipeline spokeswoman Natalie Cox told the Roanoke Times earlier this week that the pipeline team remains in constant communication with all county governments. The 300-mile pipeline is a joint venture between EQT Corp. and NextEra Energy Inc. It would run from Wetzel County, West Virginia, to another pipeline in Pittsylvania County.