Oct. 13 is the deadline for sending comments to the Public Utility Commission (PUC) and state officials Glenn Hegar and Lois Kolkhorst are calling on residents to write about what standards should be used to justify the CenterPoint Energy’s plan to construct a power line that would cut through Austin County.
That deadline, quickly approaching, was announced two weeks ago.
In July, CenterPoint announced it would delay submitting the power line application after several public meetings and hearings were held in the area, with most residents voicing opposition.
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