Supervisors trying to determine next action before pipeline permit closes

The Calhoun County Board of Supervisors is still getting complaints from landowners about work performed – and some things left undone – by the Dakota Access pipeline.

As the Texas-based oil transportation company’s construction permit nears its expiration date – possibly at the end of this month – the supervisors are trying to create a formal way for landowners to bring those concerns to the management company that took over the pipeline once oil began running earlier this year. To that end, they are planning a community meeting, the details of which are still in the works.

“It would be nice to have everyone in one room, so many voices are heard,” Supervisor Carl Legore said. 

Read more in the Oct. 11 edition.