For the people who are working to save the Ozarks from SWEPCO's proposed new 345 kV transmission line that is to go from their Shipe Road Station near Centerton, Benton County, AR to their proposed new Kings River Station NW of Berryville, Carroll County, AR (Docket 13-041-U)


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Eureka Springs, AR 72632

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Pat Costner posted a blog post
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Let's hope our elected officials remember us, as we remember them at election time. Tourism creates many jobs in Arkansas, especially Northwest Arkansas, where tourists are drawn to the natural beauty of the Ozarks. Just a reminder...of why…

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Michael Skrocki is now a member of Save the Ozarks
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"Still, Costner said she believes that the longer it takes for the Commissionr to decide, the better STO's chances are of victory." "You have to take this as a good sign: We think that from beginning that we've raised…

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