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New NEXUS Pipeline Map Through Medina County

In an earlier blog we posted a map detailing the path of a significant portion of the entire proposed NEXUS pipeline.  However, because of the length of the pipeline, the map was not very detailed.

We have now located a smaller, more detailed map of the pipeline’s route through Medina County.  Medina County is unique because virtually all of the proposed pipeline will be new line in Medina County.  Other counties will see the pipeline run along existing utility easements wherever possible.

Hopefully this map will give residents of Medina County a better idea of where their property sits in relation to the proposed NEXUS pipeline. Below is the map of the NEXUS pipeline’s proposed route across Medina County.NEXUS Medina County

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