ROUND ROCK — Cedar Park has passed a resolution opposing it. A Williamson County commissioner is against it, and so is the Round Rock mayor.
The unpopular proposal by the Lower Colorado River Authority Transmission Services Corp. to build a power line route near the Brushy Creek Trail between Round Rock and Cedar Park favored by runners, walkers and nature lovers also faces opposition from about 4,000 people who have joined a Facebook page protesting it.
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