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Louisville Gas and Electric (LG&E) requested an easement from Bernheim for the proposed Bullitt County Natural Gas Pipeline. The tracts known as the Cedar Grove Wildlife Corridor are subject to a conservation easement and deed restrictions prohibiting destruction of forests, streams and springs, and prohibiting the transfer of property by Bernheim for non-conservation purposes or the granting of easements for non-conservation purposes including natural gas pipelines. Alternative routes exist that would not destroy conservation lands.
It’s a beautiful place and would be missed by many Kentuckians and this pipeline would disrupt the land, the water, and the animals who depend on the land.
I think that Bernheim should not be closed because Bernheim is a very fun place to visit on school field trips or just to get some fresh air. Bernheim will also be much funner than a sewage power plant or whatever they are trying to turn it into. I think that Bernheim is really cool with all the giants you can see and the fresh air. Also, Bernheim, has a lot of amazing things to see. Kaylyn--age 7