"The sticking point for Canadian officials was a lack of shutoff valves on each side of all major waterways crossed by Line 9B, which cuts through the watersheds of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, and the Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers."
Just opened the newest ET Rover letter. Now a company from Ohio, Land Stewards LLC, will be overseeing the construction and subsequent decimation of our land. But, whoot-whoot they are pleased to partner with ET Rover, as they are very concerned about the 'wetands' that if I read the letter correctly, we in Michigan somehow created.....As early as March 2015 they will begin 'post' construction, of course once the FERC approves. All work to be done outside of the right of way. Odd that another out of state company has been contracted to review land for Michigan? Per the 1st page of the letter: Of course, ET Rover encourages any comments from landowners to improve the process as we make a concerned effort to ensure that we protect and lessen the impact on all properties along the proposed pathway of the pipeline. A survey was also included to send back.... pretty sure that's not going to happen, again. ET Rover does state that this pipeline is for' Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions or for limited export to Canadian Markets.' ... See MoreSee Less
We are property owners in southeast Michigan who will be directly affected by Enbridge as they seek to “replace” miles of Line 6B pipeline. If you care to learn more about how this all started for us, we explain in this video. You can contact us here