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The Mills County Board of Supervisors sent a letter in May to the Iowa Utilities Board letting them know they passed a unanimous motion to object to the proposed Summit Carbon Pipeline project.

“This board believes that eminent domain should not be granted in this case and therefore the permit denied,” wrote the Mills County Board of Supervisors. “This is not a necessary pipeline and is being proposed by a private for-profit company to fuel their profits. The landowners should have the right to decide if they want the carbon pipeline on their property.”

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