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Nelson Landowner Vows To Fight Pipeline : ‘Starts Burn Your Easement Initiative’

[ 3 ] April 23, 2017 |

Screengrab courtesy of Richard Averitt : Richard Averitt discusses his opposition and plans in a recently released video to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline that is planned to run through his property just south of Nellysford in Nelson County, Virginia.

Near Nellysford,
Nelson County, Virginia

For years we have been hearing about the coming Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Approval for the very controversial project continues winding its way through regulatory channels.

Many Nelson and adjoining county landowners continue their opposition to the pipeline.


Above Richard Averitt of Nelson County, Virginia discusses his opposition and plans against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline that is proposed to run through his property just south of Nellysford.

In a recent video released, Nelson resident, landowner, and businessman Richard Averitt discusses his reasons for opposition to the proposed ACP.

“You will hear me talk about the ridiculous price they want me to accept for the easement. Please know that there is NO price I would accept. I will never sell out my community,” Averitt says in the 5 minute video and Facebook / YouTube post.

He challenges those that have not signed their easement agreements already with Dominion to take the ACP AND MVP BURN YOUR EASEMENT CHALLENGE.

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  1. Rev. Paul M. Wilson says:

    I loved it!!! I support positive action against the ACAP. Our churches stand at ground zero of the proposed compressor station. STOP THE CAP AT ALL COST…..Pastor Paul

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