Posted on March 5, 2010 in Government by Matthew SekolNo Comments »

Everyone has an extra week to make a comment!

Don’t sit back and believe someone else is will comment – we need EVERYONE to comment on how this line is not needed at all and we do not want it in our area!

Posted on March 4, 2010 in Community, Government by Matthew Sekol2 Comments »

Steps to Take:
Read the Scoping Newsletter
Click to Make a Comment on the scoping letter at the top of the page.
On the form, you may also identify yourself as a Member of Drop the Lines. 
Comments can only be made through March 5, 2010.
Recommended Talking Points
– The National Parks Service does not care about private property or the actual need of the line, only the public land in the park! 
– While no power line would be the most preferable, that National Park Service will not perform a full investigation of the line itself. 
– Under the NIETC act, the government can take your land for this power line, but they CANNOT take State or Federal lands using eminent domain
– If a full investigation is not possible, we believe issuing the permit for Route B is the best course.