TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Environmental teams are taking one other shot at making an attempt to cease development of a pure fuel pipeline that may run throughout northern Ohio and into Michigan and Canada.
The Sierra Membership and others are behind a lawsuit filed Monday difficult a federal fee’s choice to permit development of the NEXUS pipeline, which lately started.
The 255-mile-lengthy pipeline is one among a number of being constructed or within the planning levels to hold fuel from shale fields in Appalachia.
Plans for the pipelines have generated intense opposition from residents fearful about property rights, security and injury to the setting.
The lawsuit filed this week is looking for a direct cease to development on the NEXUS pipeline whereas there’s a new assessment of whether or not the pipeline is required.
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