Keystone Pipeline Construction Damage Still Unrepaired
KDLT news in South Dakota has a new story about damaged roads in Beadle County, South Dakota The damage was caused by the construction of TransCanada’s Keystone I tar sands oil pipeline. Beadle County residents have been struggling with the damaged roads since July 2009.
That it’s taking so long to get this problem fixed shows that something in the system is broken. Why can’t multi-billion dollar TransCanada just pay up instead of nickel and diming South Dakotans?
Hat tip to Madville Times for spotting the newscast.
Beadle County isn’t the only place where people are concerned about road damage. The photo above is courtesy of Dakota Resource Council. North Dakotans are also affected by Keystone I pipeline construction and have concerns about their elderly parents trying to drive on damaged roads.