Disputed power lines going up on I-10
Having fought it and lost, Hill Country residents now must learn to live with the large power transmission line going up along sections of Interstate 10 west of San Antonio.
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#1 Mar 12, 2013
How sad this whole episode is. Ten years hence America will be one the leading producers and marketers of energy, including clean LNG, making the need for wind-generated electricity pointless. The rusty transmission towers (marring the view for miles of the Hill Country won't be much more than symbols of failed good intentions, saying nothing about the unsightly mess left at the western end of the line. Poor Southwestern Desert, studded with motionless windmills, not deserving of the same respect shown to other natural wonders. What's left now is to begin to organize an effort to have the entire boondoggle reversed. It will surely take years, but it's worth doing.
#2 Mar 12, 2013
I hope it facks up all your beloved hill country! You people are no better than anyone else. I hope they build a nuclear dump in your precious backyard!
#3 Mar 13, 2013
Ha! Ha! That's funny!
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