8-14-2017: North Dakota Public Service Commission Offers Meager Settlement of $15,000 to the State for Native Burial Sites that were desecrated


Bismarck Tribune, “PSC proposes $15,000 penalty to Dakota Access” by AMY DAIRYMPLE

    Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak answers questions after fellow commissioners Brian Kroshus, left, and Randy Christmann joined her in proposing a $15,000 settlement offer to Dakota Access Pipeline during a special meeting at the state Capitol on Monday in Bismarck. 

    The North Dakota Public Service Commission is asking Dakota Access, LLC to pay $15,000 to resolve a dispute over whether the pipeline developer broke state law after discovering Native American artifacts during construction last year.

    The three-member board voted unanimously Monday to extend a settlement offer to the developer of the $3.8 billion pipeline that would dismiss claims against Dakota Access related to failing to notify regulators about the cultural artifacts.

    Commissioner Julie Fedorchak said the proposed agreement aims to resolve a matter that’s been pending since October, We’re not interested in being hung up in procedural delays indefinitely,” Fedorchak said. – FULL ARTICLE

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