FINALLY, the Appellate Briefs are scanned

Filed under:Uncategorized — posted by admin on January 3, 2013 @ 7:29 pm

Here they are… finally — the appellate briefs for the CapX 2020 Hampton-Rochester-La Crosse transmission routing permit.  Yes, I scanned in the briefs.  Wasn’t easy, I had to get a new printer/scanner, very daring — something other than HP — the old one just wasn’t workable and if I kept trying, it would take a couple days to scan these, and instead, I’d probably toss it right out the window.

Starting with the Initial Briefs of Appellants:

Initial Brief – St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Church and Cannon Falls Landowners

Initial Brief – Oronoco Township

And the responses came in Wednesday:

Laymen for Christ – Response to Oronoco Township

PUC – Respondent Brief – addressing Cannon Falls and Oronoco

Xcel – Respondent Brief – addressing Cannon Falls and Oronoco

Soon, the Reply briefs… I’ll post those soon after they’re due!

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one comment so far »

  1. I don’t understand how the fight can stay focused on where the line will or will not go and how much or little people will be paid to sacrifice theirs. Doesn’t the MN PUC (and WI PSC for that matter) require knowing ownership of a line. I know Carol has pushed this hard. I’d think ownership stake would be significantly in question at the governing bodies with CapX2020 and Badger Coulee ownership being fought over at the federal level by the utilities. I wish I could say “I don’t get it.”

    Comment by Deb — January 4, 2013 @ 6:37 am

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