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January 16, 2014

Attorneys to host town hall meeting to discuss proposed natural gas pipeline

Eminent Domain professionals will provide presentation with Q&A

Live Oak —

MansonBolves, Attorneys at Law, invite concerned members of the community to attend a town hall meeting regarding their rights as property owners along the proposed Sabal Trail Gas Pipeline. The upcoming meetings will include a presentation from a panel of eminent domain professionals, a question and answer period and free refreshments.

The Sabal Trail Transmission Company plans to construct a 600-mile natural gas pipeline, which is proposed to run down the central spine of Florida. The purpose of the pipeline is to bring large volumes of natural gas through Florida for energy production, but many residents have voiced their concerns.

The meeting, which will be held on Jan. 28, from 7 - 8:30 p.m., will prepare property owners by helping them understand their rights and answering their questions. It will be conveniently located at the American Legion Post 107 on 10726 142nd St. in McAlpin.

The panel of eminent domain professionals will include Brian Bolves, shareholder at MansonBolves, and Ed Pantaleon, Of Counsel at MansonBolves.

“If your property is being condemned, Florida law allows you to hire an attorney at the company’s expense,” said Bolves. “Many people are not aware of their rights. We’re here to help them understand.”

Bolves is one of Florida’s leading eminent domain attorneys. He has represented a wide variety of organizations that have condemned property, both public and private, and managed the acquisition of thousands of parcels for energy and public works projects, including over twenty interstate pipeline projects.

Pantaleon was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1986 and is past chairman for American Bar Association, Legislative Subcommittee for the Committee on Condemnation, Zoning and Land Use.

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