Nexus Sues Landowners to Get Access to Land for Surveys

From the Salem News:
A company attempting to build a 250-mile gas interstate pipeline through this county has filed a civil lawsuit in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to attempt to get an injunction to gain access to survey two local properties.

Nexus Gas Transmissions LLC, a company based in Houston, Texas, claims its representatives have been in contact with the property owners named in the lawsuit - Donald and Patricia Haubert, whose address in the lawsuit is listed as Parks Road, Louisville, and with Larry Eldon and Patricia May Rosenberger, Knox School Road, Minerva. 
According to the lawsuit, a representative asked the Hauberts on Aug. 30, 2014 for access to their three tracts of property in West Township- one on state Route 172 and two on Knox School Road -. And they initially authorized it However, on Sept . 14, 2014, Donald Haubert reportedly notified the company he was withdrawing his authorization. 
He again refused the representatives access on Sept. 25, 2014 and Patricia Haubert refused them access on Nov. 3, directing them instead to speak to her son. On Nov. 14, 2014, a Nexus representative spoke to Doug Haubert and he refused them access. 
Then on May 22, 2015, the Hauberts reportedly authorized access after meeting with a Nexus representative in their home. However, later that day Doug Haubert denied them access.
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