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With thousands of miles of pipeline crossing the state, it’s important for companies to have a good working relationship with landowners.
However, that isn’t always the case, prompting the legislature to approve emergency funding for a pipeline program through the state agriculture department.
So far it has received 14 complaints.
Problems range anywhere from erosion to a lack of grass after reclamation.
“Do you think this issue will qualify? I just say give us a call we’ll have a representative out there from our office and take a look at it. We’ll document what we see and go from there,” said Doug Goehring, agriculture commissioner.
If you have a pipeline issue to report, call the department at 1-800-242-7535.