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Public Meetings Held over Transmission Line Project

Clean Line Energy met with land owners one-on-one to gain feedback about the Grain Belt Express project.
(GOWER, Mo.) Clean Line Energy met with land owners one-on-one Tuesday to gain feedback about the Grain Belt Express project. 

The company says they will continue to host public meetings so the community can meet with project representatives and land agents to answer specific questions about how the project effects their property.

Clean Line Energy says turnout to the meetings have been good but they still want to hear from others in the community about the project.

"We recognize that infrastructure is a new development for the counties that we're coming through but we're hoping to work individually with each land owner so we can understand their specific concerns," stated Cari VanAmburg, an analyst for Clean Line Energy.

The next public meeting is Wednesday, May 7 at the Knights of Columbus in Brunswick, Missouri from noon until 6:00 p.m.

For more information, call 832-319-6310.







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