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Residents Question Randolph County Officials’ Support of Grain Belt Express Project

 

HUNTSVILLE — A petition signed by more than 400 people opposed to a high-power transmission line project that would run through southern Randolph County was presented to the Randolph County Commission Thursday, but the petition and an hour of comments from opponents did not persuade the commission to rescind its support for the project.

Commissioners believe the Grain Belt Express Clean Line could bring with it millions of dollars of economic development and more than $800,000 in annual property taxes for the county budget. The Missouri portion of the 750-mile, $2 billion project from Kansas to Indiana still needs approval from the Missouri Public Service Commission, which could take months.

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