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Board Chair

Dakota Rural Action
910 4Th St. Old Sanctuary Building, Suite A
Brookings , South Dakota 57006
United States

Company Description: DRA conducted an assessment to identify attitudes, opportunities, obstacles, and key concerns around improving markets for locally-grown foods in Brookings, Deuel,...   more

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Board, 14 May 2015 [cached]
Paul Seamans - Paul is a rancher/farmer and life-long resident of Draper, South Dakota, where he mainly puts up hay for sale. Paul joined DRA over five years ago because the Keystone XL tar sand oil pipeline is slated to cross his land. DRA has helped in his negotiations and dealings with TransCanada. Paul is the board Chair of DRA.
Dakota Rural Action » Board, 30 April 2015 [cached]
Chairperson: Paul Seamans, Draper
Dakota Rural Action, 20 April 2015 [cached]
Analysis from one of South Dakota's longest pipeline fighters, Paul Seamans, shows that if you average the amount per mile Keystone I is bringing in, and assume East River and West River would bring in the same amount of revenue per mile (which is generous, considering West River would likely be far less), for the 313 miles of Keystone XL pipeline per year, we'd end up with a mere $4.42 million. That's it.
From Paul: The five year average of taxes received on Keystone 1 is $2,825,644.80 per year.
“We urge South Dakota citizens to pay attention to these proceedings and urge you to join us in Pierre that day and during the hearing to make sure our voices are heard by these Commissioners.  Under South Dakota law, they are charged with safeguarding the health, welfare and environment of South Dakota citizens and balancing development requests that benefit the people of South Dakota.  We do not believe this pipeline will benefit the people of South Dakota sufficiently to jeopardize the land and water for our future generations,†said Paul Seamans of Dakota Rural Action.
Contact: Paul Seamans, landowner crossed by Keystone XL: 605-280-7546
“TransCanada wants to duck responsibility to pay into the trust fund, and at the same time they want to shift liability of spills to landowners,†says Paul Seamans, in response to Noem’s vote on HR 5682.
We do not believe this pipeline ..., 9 April 2015 [cached]
We do not believe this pipeline will benefit the people of South Dakota sufficiently to jeopardize the land and water for our future generations," said Paul Seamans of Dakota Rural Action.
Dakota Rural Action » Keystone XL Pipeline, 30 April 2015 [cached]
Statement from Dakota Rural Action Board Chair and KXL landowner Paul Seamans:
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