No more, “It caught me off guard.” Landowners are warned now about that pipeline that would cut a 100 foot wide gash through here.
Matthew Woody on the front page of the VDT today, Residents opposed to natural gas pipeline: Concerns about tactics, property damage,
Larry Rodgers of Valdosta owns 900 acres in south Lowndes and he allowed Sabal Trail on his property to survey.
“I received a call from a lady, I think her name was Becky, down in Clearwater, Fla., requesting access to my property, and I allowed it,” Rodgers said. “I allowed them to, and I can’t tell you why I did. It caught me off guard. I wasn’t fully aware of all of the facts about the pipeline like I am now, and if I knew then what I know now, I certainly would not have allowed them to survey.”
Rodgers explained that he allowed Sabal Trail access to survey his property because he did not know a lot about the pipeline. But what made matters worse, Continue reading Landowners oppose intimidation and threats from Sabal Trail