Plymouth fights power-line plan

  • Article by: TOM MEERSMAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 4, 2012 - 7:49 PM

Residents, worried about health and home values, want an upgrade built elsewhere.

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outdoorswedeFeb. 5, 12 6:55 PM

You bought/built your house next to the lines. Stop crying.

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inrealityFeb. 5, 12 7:43 PM

Ever wonder why most people want more & cheaper power yet they do everything to prevent that from happening?

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powerengFeb. 6, 12 9:44 AM

Mr. Day says the line should be relocated and create ""....a win-win situation for everybody." What he is really saying is NIMBY, anywhere but here, somewhere else, let it affect someone else and etc.

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privateeyeFeb. 6, 1210:11 AM

I suggest next time you are shopping for a new home, look up in the air to see if there are power lines.

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william2mnFeb. 7, 12 1:03 PM

When these people bought their homes were the power lines already there? If was concerned about power lines I wouldn't buy a house near power lines at all. And while I could understand an argument that says "I bought a house when power line "x" was installed but this upgrade will really be much bigger and this brings concerns", the reality is that cities aren't going to relocate everything. IMHO this sounds like people who buy a house near an airport and then get upset when the airport upgrades and starts bringing in larger and or more jets.

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