PUC Holds Hearings On Proposed Transource Power Line In Franklin, York Counties In May
The Public Utility Commission’s Office of Administrative Law Judge announced Thursday there will be a series of eight public input hearings on four days in York and Franklin counties during the month of May, to gather comments regarding the electric transmission line applications submitted by Transource Pennsylvania LLC.
The Transource applications involve transmission line construction projects in York and Franklin counties, which have resulted in the filing of numerous comments, protests and petitions to intervene in the case from landowners and other concerned entities.
The York County public input hearings will be held on May 9, and May 15, at the Airville Volunteer Fire Department, 3576 Delta Road, Airville, PA, 17302. Hearings will be held at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on both dates.
The Franklin County public input hearings will be held on May 22, and May 23, at the New Franklin Fire Department Social Hall, 3444 Wayne Road, Chambersburg, PA, 17202. Hearings will be held at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on both dates.
PUC Administrative Law Judges Elizabeth H. Barnes and Andrew M. Calvelli will preside over the public input hearings.
As directed by a procedural prehearing order issued by the judges, Transource PA will arrange for publication of advertisements in two newspapers of general circulation in York and Franklin counties, once per week for two consecutive weeks prior to the dates of the public input hearings.
In addition to the public input hearings, the litigation schedule included in the procedural order calls for potential site views to occur in May and/or June 2018, depending on weather; the filing of testimony, starting in late July 2018; evidentiary hearings in December 2018; and the submission of briefs and reply briefs in February 2019.
For documents related to this case, visit the PUC’s Docket Numbers: A-2017-2640195
[Posted: March 29, 2018]
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