U.S. Forest Service balks at Pipeline Route through George Washington National Forest

On January 19, 2016, the U.S. Forest Service issued a letter that will send Dominion Resources back to the maps and back to its lawyers, requiring additional information and justification, and likely an expensive rerouting of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline by its “owner” Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC. Letter may be viewed by clicking on the link below.

FS Permit Letter January19 2016

Chris Okay, Attorney at Law, provides legal representation, advice and counsel to Virginia landowners who may be affected by the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, and efforts by the Pipeline’s proponents to take private land by legal condemnation of the property through exercise of the government’s power of eminent domain.  Chris Okay, Attorney at Law is committed to assisting affected residents of Augusta, Nelson, and Rockingham Counties.  Contact us today for a consultation, especially if you have been notified that your property is on the pipeline route, or if Dominion Resources, Dominion Transmission, or Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, or their agents contact you about surveying your property for the pipeline, or to offer money for an easement of right of way.  Chris Okay, Attorney at Law has its office in Staunton, Virginia, 13 W. Beverley Street, Second Floor, and may be reached during business hours at (540) 466-3130, chrisokay@icloud.com.