Farm Bureau against Clean Line power project
Group: Don’t give power of eminent domain
STERLING – The project to build electricity transmission lines across northern Illinois has a powerful opponent.
The Illinois Farm Bureau board recently voted to oppose the project. Farmers object to the lines, arguing they would interfere with center pivot irrigation systems.
In October, Rock Island Clean Line, a subsidiary of Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners, submitted its application to the Illinois Commerce Commission, which regulates utilities.
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