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Power line appeal headed to court

Kerr County opts out of litigation with Public Utility Commission

Posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:22 pm

Attorneys for the city of Kerrville are expected to file an appeal in the Travis County District this week of the decision to build a 345-kilovolt power transmission line parallel to Interstate 10 through Kerrville and Kerr County.

The city has until April 12 to file the appeal. The city will be joined in the appeal by the city of Junction and the Kerrville Public Utility Board, but not Kerr County.

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