Property owners opposed to a planned network of transmission towers and power lines that would carry wind-generated electricity from western Kansas to Indiana through a portion of southern Randolph County fear the possibility of eminent domain, while Grain Belt Express promoters say the project is climate-friendly and a source of significant economic development.
Wayne Wilcox, Eastern District Randolph County commissioner, said he sees the project as an answer for the financially-strapped county health department and library district, as well as a boon for county school districts. The project could bring an estimated $800,000 in property tax revenue to the county.
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