The NEXUS pipeline should become operational later this year, as the company completes work on an approximately 255-mile project that carries fracked natural gas through several counties in Ohio and Michigan.
Adam Parker, a spokesman for NEXUS Gas Transmission, said the pipeline's status in Sandusky County generally involves land preparations at this time.
He said that after more than three years of public and regulatory review, NEXUS has obtained all necessary authorizations and permits to begin construction and reached mutual agreements on easement with all affected landowners in Sandusky County.
The pipeline has sparked opposition from hundreds of landowners along the route, including Kathy Schoen, a member of the No NEXUS Pipeline in Michigan & Ohio Facebook group.
But Schoen, whose centennial family-owned 46-acre farm is in the pipeline's path, acknowledged Thursday that the pipeline appears to be a done deal.Read that whole article by clicking here.
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