Motions for Reconsideration filed in MN

Filed under:Hampton-Alma-LaCrosse,Wisconsin — posted by admin on June 19, 2012 @ 4:29 pm


Once more with feeling — WHEW!  What a day… And now for Minnesota (for Wisconsin see previous posting)…

In Minnesota, two Motions for Reconsideration were filed, one regarding the Segment 1 route near Cannon Falls, and another regarding the Segment 3 route through Oronoco Township.

I’m representing St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Church, joined by nearby affected Cannon Falls Landowners, and this was filed moments ago:

Motion for Reconsideration – St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Church and Cannon Falls Landowners

Attachment A – St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Church

Attachment B – Gina Schlueter

Attachment C – Jen Langdon

Attachment D – Tim Langdon

Attachment E – Michelle Sandstrom

Attachment F – Christopher and Kristy Strickland

Attachment G – Dennnis Doffing

Attachment H – Richard Peterson

Attachment I – Diane Logue

Attachment J – Byllesby Regional Park Master Plan (selected)

And on the Segment 3 side of things, Oronoco Township has filed its Motion for Reconsideration of the Commission’s decision to route the line on the White Bridge Road route:

Oronoco Township – Motion for Reconsideration

Oronoco Township – Testimony of Broberg and Exhibits

Now here’s something that I find utterly hilarious — remember that boat landing at the White Bridge?  One look will tell you, PLUS there’s evidence in the record, that the boat landing has been closed and will be closed for some time, yet here’s the portrayal in Exhibit 7 of Broberg’s testimony, looking like they’re heading in to use it, OH PUH-LEEZE!  See for yourself, Broberg’s Exhibit 7:


Boat landing?  Oh please… we know better…

Petition for Rehearing in WI

Filed under:Hampton-Alma-LaCrosse,Wisconsin — posted by admin on @ 10:06 am


Just filed, the CETF and NoCapX 2020 Petition for Reconsideration of the Wisconsin PSC Order granting the CPCN for CapX 2020 Hampton-Rochester-La Crosse transmission line:

NoCapX & CETF Petition for Rehearing

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