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- Draft Environmental Assessment for a “Flowage Easement” posted by Army Corps of Engineers regarding “Proposed DAPL Project”
- Environmental Assessment sent from Dakota Access, L.L.C. to U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, which claims “21 Tribes were contacted re: Wetland Crossings”
- SRST Tribal Resolution and voting record re: “suing Army Corps for $5 million per day due to chemical trespass” and motions for “No pipelines allowed on Great Sioux Nation land”
- SRST votes to retain Earthjustice as co-counsel to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
- Larry D. Janis Recommends “Approval” of Drilling Under Lake Oahe for DAPL to Local Command John W. Henderson
Prairie Public Broadcasting: “Judge Rules That Construction Can Proceed On Dakota Access Pipeline“
- Dakota Access, LLC’s Answer to Intervenor-Plaintiff Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s First Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relif, and Cross-Claim against Defendant U.S. Army Corps of Engineers” – DAPL offers “Prayer for Relief” Declaring that the Corps has issued a right-of-way under 30 U.S.C. § 185(a) that allows Dakota Access to construct, operate, and maintain the pipeline beneath federal land at Lake Oahe, North Dakota, and that the Case 1:16-cv-01534-JEB Document 57 Filed 11/15/16 Page 66 of 70 67 right-of-way is subject to the “Conditions of Easement (Lake Oahe)” set forth in the July 25, 2016 Mitigated Findings of No Significant Impact.
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- Court denies the Motion for Preliminary Injunction – READ FULL CASE