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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Company sues in Ohio courts to finish pipeline surveys

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  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows a truck passing a sign against Nexus on the property of Kathy Cikotte, in Berlin Heights, Ohio.  A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows a truck passing a sign against Nexus on the property of Kathy Cikotte, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte feeding he alpacas on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte feeding he alpacas on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows alpacas following Kathy Cikotte out of her barn Thursday, July 16, 2015, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows alpacas following Kathy Cikotte out of her barn Thursday, July 16, 2015, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows alpacas following Kathy Cikotte out of her barn Thursday, July 16, 2015, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows alpacas following Kathy Cikotte out of her barn Thursday, July 16, 2015, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte posing on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte posing on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte feeding he alpacas on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte feeding he alpacas on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.
  • This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte posing on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property. Photo: Tony Dejak, AP / AP
    Photo By Tony Dejak/AP 
    This Thursday, July 16, 2015 photo shows Kathy Cikotte posing on her property, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. A company planning to build a 200-mile-long, high-pressure natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio has filed lawsuits in four counties thus far asking judges to order dozens of recalcitrant property owners to allow surveyors to mark the pipeline’s proposed route and complete assessments a federal agency requires before construction can begin. Cikotte doesn’t see the benefit of having an industrial-sized pipeline buried on her property.

Source: http://www.mysanantonio.com/business/article/Company-sues-in-Ohio-courts-to-finish-pipeline-6392335.php

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