Q: I live in South Carolina and share a private road with my neighbor. The neighbor owns the first several hundred feet, and then I own a bit more, and then he owns a tad more on the tail end. My neighbor just informed me that they plan on putting a fence up. That fence would block my entry to my property. Can I legally block them from putting up a fence? Can I put up a fence on my portion of the road to keep them from using my section and getting to the rear portion of their land?
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A natural gas company planning to replace pipeline in southeast South Dakota has negotiated easements with most lando…
At its Oct. 11 meeting, the Gretna Public Schools Board of Education:
His resignation was seen as the latest fallout from months of turmoil at the Environmental Trust over decisions made by its 14-member board of directors.
Gov. Pete Ricketts has criticized easements in opposing President Joe Biden’s plan to boost conservation. Some Nebraska farmers say the programs help them — and the environment.
The resignation of the trust's longtime director is the latest in a series of troubling developments besetting environmental management.
Mark Brohman, who had directed the Environmental Trust since 2006, declined to comment on his resignation. He was viewed as being misaligned with the new direction of the board.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said his order is aimed at stopping a "land grab." But the fine print in the order limits its scope.
Gov. Pete Ricketts stopped short Tuesday of supporting state intervention to halt permanent conservation easements, despite his current campaign against the environmentally minded land use tool.
Getting rid of conservation easements would undermine private non-governmental conservation efforts and deprive Nebraska residents of important tax benefits, a Public Pulse writer says.
Such easements are an exercise in private property rights and are a key cooperative tool to protect Nebraska wildlife habitat.
Among other things, Gov. Pete Ricketts' order requires agencies under his control to stop providing money or staff support for any projects involving permanent conservation easements.
Nebraska benefits from efforts such as the Conservation Reserve Program and conservation easements, a Pulse writer says.
TC Energy announced its Keystone XL pipeline is no more, but opponents say the war will continue on at least three battlefields: the Nebraska Public Service Commission, courts, and state Legislature.
A new lawsuit lays the groundwork for landowners along the Missouri River who didn't join an earlier lawsuit to seek compensation from the federal government for damage caused by endangered species protections.
Adjacent to the existing Willa Cather Memorial Prairie south of Red Cloud, an additional 1,147 acres of never-plowed mid-grass prairie will be put into a conservation easement by a local farm family.
First up: the visitor’s parking lot.
During the first half of the daylong hearing, opponents suggested that allowing the pipeline would be like Nebraskans selling their souls for a temporary economic gain — taking a major gamble on the state’s valuable underground water supply and residents’ futures. Supporters viewed the same project as a huge economic shot in the arm, especially for rural areas that have been struggling in recent farm economies with low commodity prices.