October 18, 2019 12:56pm
Dakota Access Pipeline, LLC is donating 20-thousand dollars to each Emergency Management Agency across Iowa in the counties through which the pipeline travels, which includes Buena Vista County.
With the aim of helping first responders, each county is encouraged to use the funds where they need it most. A check presentation was held this week at the Buena Vista County Emergency Operations Center.
Dakota Access Pipeline is committed to being a good neighbor, a good business partner and a valued member of Iowa’s communities. Dakota Access will make similar donations to county emergency management agencies across its four-state route, totaling one-million dollars across 50 counties in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois.
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