Ohio SHPO: Pipeline company has yet to pay agreed-upon penalty for damaging historic sites

CANTON, Ohio (AP) — A natural gas pipeline project across Ohio hasn't honored an agreement to pay for harm done to historic properties, the State Historic Preservation Office said.

The Rover Pipeline agreed to pay $1.5 million annually for five years but hasn't made the first payment, which was due two months ago, the Repository in Canton (http://bit.ly/2rlAFTt ) reported. Rover previously paid $2.3 million for razing a historic home in Carroll County before notifying regulators.

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