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Powell Road Eminent Domain — private property at risk

Whenever roadway improvement projects are undertaken in residential communities, local property owners can be subject to eminent domain — the taking of some or all of the owner’s property to accommodate the project.  The Powell Road eminent domain project...

AEP Eminent Domain Lawsuit

American Electric Power (“AEP”) has filed an AEP eminent domain lawsuit against several homeowners in Ross County, Ohio.   The AEP eminent domain lawsuit is related to AEP’s ongoing Biers Run Substation project near Chillicothe, Ohio.  Clark Perdue...

Millions to be paid for Rover Pipeline easement

Rover Pipeline LLC estimates that it will pay $124 million in direct payments to landowners for easements needed for the construction of the planned Rover Pipeline. It is possible that eminent domain will be used to procure those easements. The proposed Rover Pipeline...

Eminent Domain possible in proposed Rover Pipeline

Rover Pipeline LLC made its initial application to the Federal Energy Regulation Commission early this year and will make its final submission in early 2016.  Under federal policy for natural gas that is transported for sale across state lines, the pipeline that...

Rover Pipeline Route Proposed

Eminent domain update: Rover Pipeline, LLC has released updated maps showing the proposed route of the planned Rover Pipeline. The Rover Pipeline is a new interstate pipeline designed to transport natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica Shale areas in Ohio, West...