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The Fulton and Henry County Farm Bureau are sponsoring a pipeline issues briefing concerning the ET Rover Pipeline Project Wednesday, Sept. 17 at the Napoleon Legion Hall at 7 p.m.
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"Hundreds of pipelines are planned or are in progress across Ohio. That’s miles and miles of buried lines crossing multiple counties, potentially affecting large numbers of landowners. If your property is in the path of a pipeline or transmission line you will be faced with granting easement agreements and possibly an eminent domain lawsuit. You need your own experts to level the playing field. We can help you maximize your compensation, properly protect your property, and represent your interests during negotiations. Call Goldman & Braunstein today for a free, no obligation review of your individual case." http://www.ohiopipelineresults.com/
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The Fostoria Focus
Landowners, lawyers talk about projected pipeline
September 5, 2014
“If we can get between the gas company and you, the property owners, we can do amazing things,” Goldman said.
“The easements [provided by ET Rover] you’re being asked to sign or will be asked to sign are not good easements,” he said. “They will give you problems if you try to enforce good work practices during the construction phase, and I promise you, they will diminish the value of your property in the future because there are too many questions that go unanswered in the easements that are being presented.”
Some of those attending the meeting complained about the land agents acting aggressively, threatening lawsuits if they were kept from immediately going onto the land.
The lawyers said the land agents and company want to move as quickly as possible, but they don’t have the right to just walk onto someone’s land whenever they want.
Braunstein told those in the audience not be intimidated by the phrase “eminent domain” or the land agents coming to their property.
“You’re making a very important decision,” he said. “It’s not entirely voluntary, that’s true, but if you sign an agreement with these people, that is final."
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