The Missouri Public Service Commission may soon announce their decision to approve or deny a controversial power line that would go through Mid-Missouri.
The Grain Belt Express Clean Line would run more than 700 miles from Kansas to Indiana, passing through northern Mid-Missouri.
The project promises to provide clean and affordable energy.
However, residents in Chariton, Randolph and Monroe counties are worried about their property value, crop irrigation, and adverse health effects.
Ralls County commissioners once supported the line, however, this week reiterated to the PSC the fact they are very much against it.
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