Nelson : Nellysford : Richard Averitt Discusses What’s Next In His Battle Against The ACP : (Video)

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©2018 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Video By Tommy Stafford : Richard Averitt of Nellysford discusses what's next in his battle against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Richard is one of many that is opposing the ACP coming across their land.
©2018 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Video By Tommy Stafford : Richard Averitt of Nellysford discusses what’s next in his battle against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Richard is one of many that is opposing the ACP coming across their land.

Nellysford
Nelson County, Virginia

By Tommy Stafford

We’ve been telling you about Richard’s Averitt’s battle against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline for over a year. Should the pipeline proceed, as projected, it will cross his land that runs along Route 151 between Spruce Creek and the Rockfish River.

Below in this short video interview Richard discusses where things currently are and what’s next.

Cutting of some trees along the pipeline path took place last week in adjoining Buckingham County.

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  1. President Trump has signed HR984, which grants federal recognition to Virginia Indian tribes. Does federal recognition grant tribes any special rights to determine use of their land holdings? If so, there may be a tribe with land in the path of the ACP, and a desire to join the fight.

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