Despite truce, pipeline case may move forward

By , Daily Memphian Updated: May 13, 2021 9:23 AM CT | Published: May 12, 2021 5:37 PM CT
<strong>Dozens of people attended an April 18 rally supporting the Memphis Community Against the Pipeline at Alonzo Weaver Park in Memphis.</strong> (Brad Vest/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Dozens of people attended an April 18 rally supporting the Memphis Community Against the Pipeline at Alonzo Weaver Park in Memphis. (Brad Vest/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Last week’s declared “truce” notwithstanding, a group of citizens opposing construction of an oil pipeline through South Memphis neighborhoods want two lawsuits involving the project to move forward.

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Byhalia Connection Pipeline Shelby County Circuit Court Memphis City Council Plains All American Pipeline Valero Energy Corp.
Blake Fontenay

Blake Fontenay

Blake Fontenay’s 27-year journalism career has taken him to many newspapers in four states. However, he had never returned to work in any of the other cities where he had been before until the opportunity to report for the Daily Memphian presented itself. He covers business for the Daily Memphian.


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