Arguments Heard in Appeal of Rulings on NEXUS Pipeline Survey Access

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
Three appeals court judges today heard 33 minutes of oral arguments in the continuing fight over survey access in Medina County for the $2 billion Nexus Pipeline. 
The Akron-based 9th District Court of Appeals will decide the case at sometime in the future, Judge Donna Carr said at the conclusion of the short hearing. About 35 Medina County landowners attended the session. 
Also hearing the arguments were Judges Carla Moore and Beth Whitmore. 
The Texas-based Nexus Gas Transmission LLC has won 17 court decisions on access in 11 counties along the pipeline’s route including appeals’ court decisions, said attorney James Hughes of Bricker & Eckler LLP in Columbus, who was representing the pipeline company. 
Ohio state law grants the pipeline companies access to private property to determine if it is suitable for a pipeline, he said.
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