DUSHORE – Now that the major surgery that took place last year in the beautiful northern tier of Pennsylvania is complete, Frank Carr Jr. can tell Berks Countians what it is like to have an interstate natural gas pipeline implanted in your land.
You get paid. You see your land temporarily torn up. You have the right to object.
Ultimately, though, you may have no choice.
“To me, it just doesn’t seem right that they can come in and tell you where they are going,” said Carr, who co-owns a 500-acre dairy farm in Bradford County. “But I also know they have got to get the gas to market, and it is all a part of that.”