Only TransCanada currently knows the actual exact route — or exactly which landowners are now affected after the Nebraska Public Service Commission’s decision to approve the “Mainline Alternative” route for Keystone XL.

Bold Nebraska is offering newly affected landowners on the KXL route — after the Public Service Commission approved a route on Nov. 20, 2017 where no landowners have yet been contacted by TransCanada — personal consultation about their options, and introduction to the attorneys currently representing landowners who have not sold their land for easements for the pipeline.

Bold will also host┬áseveral in-person meetings for landowners and community members in the newly affected “mainline alternative route” counties, where folks can come and listen and ask questions, hear from attorneys and other landowners who are in the same situation.

At the meetings, Domina Law Group attorney Brian Jorde and Bold’s Jane Kleeb will give an overview of what your rights are as a landowner, details about eminent domain and easement terms, and provide contacts for attorneys who are currently representing landowners who have refused to sign easements with TransCanada.