To the Editor:

During the Feb. 20 Hardin County Board of Supervisor meeting, Robert Nazario shared his concerns regarding hazardous CO2 pipelines. Board member Hoffman made statements about the “handful of people that are against this,” and voiced concerns about the rights of the people that signed easement agreements. The majority of Hardin County landowners have not signed easements, Summit reported this to the Board of Supervisors in a recent meeting.

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Lisa Lawler

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