Ruling Expected This Week on NEXUS Pipeline Survey Lawsuits

We mentioned yesterday that the company behind the NEXUS Pipeline is suing four landowners in Medina County to get access to their property for surveying needed to complete the process of getting approval for the project.  A report today indicates that the resolution of that lawsuit is coming soon.

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
A Medina County judge is expected to rule by Friday whether a Texas-based energy company can perform surveys on private property despite landowner protests. 
Common Pleas Judge Christopher Collier is expected to rule on the access request filed by Spectra Energy Corp. for its Nexus Pipeline that will cross northern Ohio. 
The company filed suit against four Medina County residents who denied the company survey access. 
They live in Montville, York, Guilford and Brunswick Hills townships.
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