As landowners, we may be on multiple sides of various issues surrounding Line 3. However, one thing we all agree on is that we should have the ultimate say over what happens on and to our land. In June, Enbridge proposed the Landowner Choice Program during the Public Utility Commission hearings. In the coming days, the Public Utility Commission will meet to firm up conditions for the new… more
Last week the Public Utilities Commission began its final hearings on Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline project - the new tar sands line the company has proposed to build in a new corridor without cleaning up the old Line 3 that runs across our land. During these deliberations we've learned a little bit about how Enbridge thinks of us, and how they plan to treat us if this new pipeline gets approved… more
On April 23, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Ann O’Reilley issued her final report on Enbridge’s proposed Line 3 “replacement” project. Over 400 pages, the document summarizes the enormous quantities of evidence, public comment, and legal argumentation that has been put in the public record as Minnesota has grappled with this issue.
For more information on her report than we will cover… more
Public Hearings on Line 3
These hearings are opportunities for landowners and concerned citizens to speak out against pipeline abandonment and in favor of pipeline cleanup by removal. The hearings are:
Tuesday October 10, 2017 (1:00 p.m.– 4:00 p.m.), (6:00 p.m.– 9:00 p.m.) IRA Civic Center 1401 NW 3rd Avenue, Grand Rapids
Wednesday October… more