In effort to consider all possibilities, the controversial Enbridge Sandpiper Pipeline has proposed nine alternative routes in Minnesota, one of which would be passing through Otter Tail County.
While the preferred path for the future $2.6 billion, 600-mile Sandpiper Pipeline is still well north of the county, one of nine additional route options being considered would track the pipeline through Otter Tail County and close to popular lakes like Rush and Big Pine.
The Otter Tail County route, along with eight others, were analyzed at a comparative hearing on September 11, 2014.
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