But Fish, Wildlife and Parks commissioners have said they were uncomfortable with past deals to let the railroad pass through the hatchery, where endangered pallid sturgeon are raised. The agency's lawyers have said that if the state doesn't strike a deal, the railroad could take the property through eminent domain.Mike Scott with the Sierra Club said Wednesday it was premature for the Fish, Wildlife and Parks commission to consider the easement agreement when federal approval is still pending.
Montana, Coal Railroad Reach $2M Easement Deal
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