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Landowners challenge notion of positive impact from pipeline

Real estate experts speak to problems with property future

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Posted: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 8:58 am

While Texas pipeline company Kinder Morgan is touting what it says will be a $237.3 million positive economic impact on Ohio, based on a study it released last week, landowners that would be affected by the Utopia pipeline project believe their economic outcome will be overwhelmingly negative. Several real estate professionals surveyed lend credence to the concerns of the landowners.

Jon Luidhardt, a Wood County farmer whose land is being sought by Kinder Morgan under a claim of eminent domain, believes his property will not only depreciate if the pipeline is allowed to continue, it will never rebound based on the rights that Kinder Morgan would have to use the land.

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