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Hundreds of landowners attend Grain Belt Express meetings

 

Since February, more than 525 people have attended one of 22 public meetings hosted by Clean Line Energy, the company working to construct a 750-mile direct current transmission line to bring wind energy from western Kanas to Missouri. Landowners were notified of the proposed route for the Grain Belt Express this spring.

“We’ve had productive meetings with Missouri landowners who have attended office hours and met with us to discuss the project and our easement agreements,” said Mark Lawlor with Clean Line Energy. “We are committed to continuing open lines of communication as the project progresses and we encourage people to drop by our open office hours or contact us via our toll-free number if they have any questions.”

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