Wayne County Residents Feeling Pressure on NEXUS Pipeline Plans

From Gas & Oil:
Wayne County is now on the clock. 
The phrase is overused as it relates to the NFL's rookie draft, but it was essentially the message from a Farm Bureau official to residents and elected officials throughout Wayne County during a series of meetings regarding the NEXUS pipeline project. 
Because of the possibility the NEXUS pipeline could be rerouted from the northeastern corner of the county to the southern and western portions of Wayne, the Wayne County Farm Bureau has been organizing these meetings led by Dale Arnold, director of energy for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation based in Columbus. 
Arnold has been talking to farmers, property owners, concerned citizens and elected officials to stress how important it is for them to share comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.To the Chippewa Township trustees and residents in and around Doylestown, the NEXUS pipeline is nothing new. They have been battling its potential construction on every front. As Trustee Lenny Broome said, he and his colleagues want to see it rerouted and moved out of the township.
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