The proposed pipeline would run eight miles through the city. Details of the offer will be made public Tuesday.

GREEN  NEXUS has made the city of Green an offer, which is expected to be put to a vote before City Council Wednesday night.

The proposed NEXUS Pipeline would run eight miles through the city, if the project moves forward.

During a special meeting Monday night, council members, the mayor, law director, planning director and communications coordinator spent more than two hours in executive session discussing the offer. Details of the offer are expected to made public Tuesday afternoon.

In September, the city filed an appeal in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati to revoke the awarded 401 Water Qualification Permit to NEXUS. The court issued a stay of construction in early December, which brought all construction of the pipeline in the city limits to a halt.

Green City Council President Chris Humphrey said council wants to make sure the community has an opportunity to be informed and provide feedback to council.

Council will hold two meetings, one Tuesday and one Wednesday, both at 7 p.m., at the Central Administration Building.

During the meeting Tuesday, council will go over the offer and provide comments, but public comments will not be taken. On Wednesday, the public is invited to speak for up to an hour of comments. Each person will be limited to three minutes.

Council is expected to vote on the offer Wednesday night following the public comment period.

The NEXUS Pipeline is expected to run 210 miles of 36-inch-diameter pipeline across the state of Ohio and carry 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas a day from the Utica and Marcellus shale regions.

ERIC POSTON