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York News Times: Landowners' Rights Discussed

York News Times: Landowners' Rights Discussed

YORK — Dozens of landowners crammed into the meeting room at the Kilgore Library Monday night to hear information about their rights before signing easements with TransCanada for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.

Jane Kleeb from Bold Nebraska and Brian Jorde, an attorney for the Nebraska Easement Action Team Inc. (NEAT), held nothing back as they warned property owners about TransCanada’s alleged practices when obtaining easements.

They also presented information they say is true regarding TransCanada’s motive, the integrity of the proposed pipeline and the dangers of the contents of the pipeline.

“People have questions about their rights,” Jorde said. “We’re here to give you information and then you make your own decisions.” Read Full Story Here

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