Preliminary route options through the area have been chosen by those working on a project to construct new electric transmission lines from Greentown to Reynolds.
The project is a joint effort between the Northern Indiana Public Service Company and Pioneer Transmission — a joint venture of Duke Energy and American Electric Power. Titled the Greentown-Reynolds project, it will ultimately connect Duke Energy’s Greentown substation east of Kokomo to NIPSCO’s substation in Reynolds.
Maps of potential routes include more than 100 lines through Cass County both north and south of Logansport, along with many other options that traverse Carroll, Howard and Miami counties.
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