MOUNT VERNON — A proposed natural gas pipeline through Ohio will be going through Knox County as now proposed.



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6 Responses to “Proposed pipeline to go through Knox”

  1. Joshua Morrison

    This is the second paragraph from the story, Proposed pipeline to go through Knox

    The company will hold a public open house in The Dan Emmett Conference Center on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting is open to impacted land owners along the route and the general public. KMC will be seeking easements along the route rather than trying to buy land.

  2. EJH

    There was a public information session in Coshocton on Tuesday for residents to come and learn more about the proposed pipeline, including the potential environmental and economic impacts and more specifics about the proposed route (i.e., would it cross your property or not). The company is planning to hold these meetings in each of the nine counties through which the proposed pipeline would predominantly run. Certainly Knox county must be on the list for one of these meetings, but why hasn’t the MV News reported the details of this meeting? When is this meeting taking place? Where will this meeting be held?

    Please add some meat (i.e., news) to your story.

  3. Knoxcat

    Property owners who may be impacted by the pipeline are being contacted by Kinder Morgan. The basic route seems to be in place but small changes have and mat still be made because of a variety of circumstances including environmental issues and topography issues. The meeting is open not just to property owners but the public at large. If anyone has concerns they should attend the meeting. decisions are not made by the smartest people. They are made by those who show up.

  4. David


    From what I read of the article the company doesn’t have any idea of who would be impacted either. You have to go to the open house to find out more.

  5. Adam

    What is the proposed route? How do you know if you’re an impacted homeowner without this basic information?