Wayne County Judge Grants NEXUS Pipeline Access to Properties for Survey Work

From Gas & Oil:
The developers of the NEXUS Gas Transmission pipeline will be permitted to survey two properties owned by residents who previously denied the company access to the land. 
The restraining order issued Aug. 10 by Wayne County Common Pleas Judge Mark K. Wiest forces landowners Thomas Srock, 1586 Eastern Road, and Kevin and Darcy Rodgers, 14967 Clinton Road, to grant surveyors access to their properties. 
According to the complaint filed with the courts July 29, the Rodgerses were asked multiple times to grant NEXUS surveyors access to their property, but repeatedly refused. Srock initially permitted surveys on his property, but subsequently asked them to leave. The same document states Srock and the Rodgerses are the only residents in Wayne County who denied surveys access. 
“As property owners, we are disappointed in the judge’s ruling,” Darcy Rodgers said.
She said representatives from NEXUS contacted her family and asked to survey the property, but she and her husband decided against doing so. Rodgers said she felt the couple’s action was justified.
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