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Topic - Victoria Guerrero
New technologies that allow more oil to be pulled out of formerly low-producing wells have brought oil operators back to northeast Kansas, much to the dismay of landowners who are starting to feel crowded out of their own properties.
The land they bought for $65,000 has recently been appraised for less than half that value, and they can't get a loan to build on it because there is no space that would meet the set-back requirements for building near a well, Victoria said.
"If they had," Victoria Guerrero said," questions would have been raised then."