RUS Scoping Report and MN Task Forces on Hampton-LaX/Alma route

Filed under:Uncategorized — posted by admin on March 24, 2010 @ 12:23 pm

… sigh…

How much more could be going on at once?

It’s out — it’s dated FEBRUARY — how did that happen?  Did any of you get notice?

CLICK HERE FOR WHOLE ENCHILADA – IT’S HUGE

Rural Utilities Service Scoping Report for EIS

Appendices A-D

Appendices E-F

Appendices G-H

Appendix I – Part I

Appendix I – Part 2

Appendix I – Part 3

Appendix I – Part 4

Appendix J

Compendium of Public Comments

So on to the State of Minnesota Routing Docket for the Hampton to LaX/Alma transmission line.  I’m sitting here looking at the Task Force docs, where MOES is notifying local governments about the formation of Task Forces:

MOES Notice of Task Forces

Solicitation of Task Force Nominations

… and looking at the route map enclosed with the MOES ditty:

capx-lax-routemap

… and looking at the township maps, there are a LOT of townships potentially affected by this, and few spots for township officials/representatives on the Task Forces.

CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO CAPX 2020 MAPS FOR HAMPTON-LAX/ALMA

If you’re in this area and live in a township, contact your township officials and let them know how important it is to participate in the Citizen Advisory Task Force and get the local perspective on impacts, what’s important to include in the EIS and particularly how important it is to work jointly and incorporate the federal environmental review being conducted by Rural Utility Services.

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