Landowners are challenging the Central New York Oil & Gas Co. in court for condemning nearly half of the properties along the approved MARC I pipeline, which has experts concerned about environmental and safety impacts, including potential damage to the forest ecosystem. Residents who receive offers from the gas company to drill on their land report the company’s refusal to negotiate about alternative pipeline routes and monetary compensation, taking leverage away from the property owner.
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