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Landowner Attorney for NEAT to Address Pipeline Issues At 99th Annual Nebraska Farmers Union State Convention

Nebraska Farmers Union (NeFU) would like to let all landowners and Nebraska citizens know that Brian Jorde, an attorney with Domina Law Group, will be speaking about the recently formed Nebraska Easement Action Team, better known as NEAT, at the 99th Annual NeFU State Convention.  The Convention will be held at the Midtown Holiday Inn in Grand Island.   

Jorde will be presenting on Saturday morning, December 8th, at 11:25am, and NEAT will have a booth where landowners and citizens can get more information on the Keystone XL Pipeline, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) review process of reroute, and also how to become a member of NEAT.  Sign-up sheets will also be available at the NEAT Booth in the Exhibitor/Break Area at the Midtown Holiday Inn.

NEAT is a non-profit landowner rights group with the purpose of creating a standard and strong Nebraska easement designed to protect Nebraskans from all oil pipelines and oil pipeline companies. 

“Many new landowners on the new route have many questions in dealing with TransCanada easements.  This will be an awesome opportunity to get some facetime with a true easement expert in Domina Law Group Attorney Brian Jorde.  Every landowner should attend this event”, said Public Affairs Director Graham Christensen.

This event is timely as it falls shortly after the December 4th NDEQ public comment session and hearing at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Albion at 6pm.

The agenda for the entire NeFU Convention can be found at: http://nebraskafarmersunion.org/ai1ec_event/killa_agenda/?instance_id=122.  Registration begins at 8am Friday morning. Convention begins at 9am Friday, and resumes 8:30am Saturday.  As always, everybody and anyone are welcome.  

For more information call the NeFU State Office at 402-476-8815 or Graham Christensen  402-217-5217 or  graham@nebraskafarmersunion.org               

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