ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- District 3 Representative Brandei Schaefbauer comments on the issue of private property rights being violated by both Summit Carbon Solutions & Navigator involving the CO2 pipeline.
Schaefbauer reacted to what happened to landowner Jared Bossly on Tuesday.
Not only was Summit surveyors there, but also law enforcement from the Brown County Sheriff’s Department. This was in response to the contempt case brought on by Summit to Bossly.
Schefbauer address the issue of private property rights.
Last week, Governor Kristi Noem testified to the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources addressing the Bureau of Land Management(BLM) overreach in regard to obtaining federal land for conservation. Governor Noem addressed the issue of property rights involving her family.
Representative Schaefbauer reacted to Governor Noem’s comments.
Coming up on July 25th, the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission will be holding a hearing on Navigator’s petition for their pipeline. A member of the commission, Commissioner Kristie Fiegen has to recuse herself from Summit’s hearing in September because of family involvement. For now Fiegen will be a part of the hearing for Navigator. Representative Schaefbauer commented on whether she should be hearing Navigator’s case.
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