Concerns about Entergy’s proposed Cross-Grimes transmission line recently brought land-owners and others to the Anderson Town Building, to discuss the project with company officials.
Entergy’s Ronnie Hale says power lines are like roads in that they can get congested, so adding the new transmission line would make energy more accessible in the county.
Hale tells Navasota News events like these gives everyone a chance to voice their concerns for or against the plans to the public utilities commission, which regulates projects like this and others.
And don’t worry if you missed this last one, he continues, because there will be more meetings to come.
Hale says Entergy is currently considering different routes for the proposed line, and it could be as long as a year before the company is given permission to even break ground.
But before all that, he assures there will be plenty of other open houses where you can add your voice to others concerning Entergy’s proposal. And just as soon as those dates are finalized, we’ll tell you about it, right here at Navasota News.