Pipeline Fighters

Bold Nebraska will host a public meeting from 1-3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, at the O'Neill Community Center, 501 S. 4th St. in O'Neill.

Bold Nebraska has organized the meeting for landowners who are on the Keystone XL route and all pipeline fighters are welcome.

"We'll discuss Trump's action; the status of Keystone XL in Nebraska; and the still-pending lawsuits filed by Nebraska landowners fighthing TransCanada's eminent domain," said Amy Schaffer and the Bold Nebraska team.

TransCanada’s Attorney Jim Powers appeared in Holt County District Court on Oct. 17, 2016, to appeal the county judge’s ruling that landowners should receive reimbursement for lawyers costs and fees. 

Holt County Judge Alan Brodbeck ruled in July 2016 that 19 landowners who sued TransCanada should receive $8,844.21 each to reimburse their court fees and costs

The item has been taken under advisement by District Judge Mark D. Kozisek. 

Pie and coffee will be served. For more information, visit http://boldnebraska.org.


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