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Proposed Bruce-Milton transmission corridor widening sparks debate  

Landowners in Grey and Bruce are organizing to protect their interests in the proposed widening of the Bruce to Milton hydro transmission corridor.

Grey-Bruce Power Line landowners represents about 50 property owners who want their concerns heard by Hydro One, the Ontario Power Authority and the province.

They’re working with a similar group from Halton Hills on questions about expropriation and compensation, and will meet again July 10 in Hanover.

Hydro One wants to add a third high-voltage line to carry power from Bruce reactors and wind farms. That means widening the existing corridor by 200 feet.


30 June 2007

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