Power company extends deadline for comment on high-voltage project
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#1 Apr 29, 2009
I find it amazing that people whose homes are directly affected by one of the proposed routes was not provided with written notification of some sort of this project. If it hadn't been for this article, I would have never known our home was in the middle of one of the proposed routes.
#2 May 12, 2009
My properties are under the proposed path of this project and I received no notice either. The way they are going about this project is pretty screwy. I will not allow high voltage lines on my property so I guess they will have to fight me. Hopefully they cannot take my land via eminent domain. I have worked hard for what I have and I also feel like this project is not necessary and not environmentally or people friendly whatsoever.
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