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Trial Begins after Surveyors Not Allowed on Farm

Monday, April 2, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jana Benscoter
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The following story impacts area of Maryland as well as Pennsylvania.


A Public Utility Commission conference, slated for Tuesday, March 13, aimed to set the stage for a series of hearings in which commissioners will decide whether to grant Transource Energy approval to construct a 230 kV transmission line in southern York County. 


The purpose of the conference is to discuss preliminary matters, including the scheduling of future public input hearings and other procedural matters, according to the PUC. Only attorneys and individuals representing themselves as parties to the proposal can participate in the conference. 


No testimony will be taken at the pre-hearing conference, the PUC reports. 


Debbie Macklin, who is one of 36 landowners being taken to court by Transource for not allowing land surveyors on her farm, said she and others are finalizing their plans to have legal representation present.


Read More at York Dispatch.

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