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Green City Council voted 4-3 Wednesday night to settle with the builders of the NEXUS, after suing to stop the construction of the natural gas pipeline.

Construction of the Rover Pipeline in Shelby, Ohio.
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The final say on building interstate pipelines, like the controversial NEXUS and Rover natural gas lines across northern Ohio, rests with FERC—the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  And its newly appointed chairman has come on board saying it’s time to review the agency’s pipeline policies.

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave final authorization Wednesday to begin construction of the NEXUS gas pipeline through northern Ohio. Communities along the way have tried to stop or re-route the pipeline, and lawsuits are still pending.   

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The developers behind the NEXUS natural gas pipeline want to begin construction by October 10.  

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Late on Friday, the federal government approved a $2 billion natural gas pipeline that will pass through Northern Ohio on its way to Michigan, but the widespread opposition to the project isn’t giving up just yet.

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the NEXUS natural gas pipeline, which would run across parts of Summit and Stark Counties in Ohio.

Ohio Property Owners Sue To Block Gas Pipeline

May 15, 2017
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More than 60 property owners in northeast Ohio are asking a federal court to block a proposed high-pressure natural gas pipeline.