The gigantic Ameren Three Rivers Powerline Project crossed a huge threshold Wednesday when it submitted to the Illinois Commerce Commission its plan to install a transmission line that will run from the border of Missouri to the border of Indiana.
Any utility company attempting to build or install powerlines needs to first get its plan approved by the Illinois Commerce Commission. Concerned and affected citizens may comment on the project by going to the Commission’s web site: www.icc.illinois.gov. When and if Ameren gets its proposed plan approved, Ameren will begin to acquire land from property owners almost immediately, if not sooner. Look for this to happen in Spring 2013.
Ameren lists over 1500 landowners as “affected” by the primary route proposal.
Sever Storey intends to host several seminars in late winter/early spring to discuss what this powerline will mean for property owners. If you think you may be affected by this project, contact our office at any time at 1-888-318-3761 or visit us on the web at www.landownerattorneys.com.
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