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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)
Latest DevelopmentsSave the Ozarks - Update 02-21-2014:
The Arkansas Public Service Commission issued no new orders pertaining to this case before the deadline of 2/17/14, making Judge Connie Griffin's standing Order #32 final. Route 109 has received approval in Arkansas. SWEPCO has not yet applied with the Missouri Public Service Commission for those parts of the line that traverse the southern portion of Missouri.
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Action Items!Are you located on the approved Route 109?
» Click here for an important notice regarding eminent domain!
Threatened landowners are encouraged to submit 'No Trespass' letters to SWEPCO immediately!
» Click here for Arkansas landowner's template.
» Click here for Missouri landowner's template.
Send this important image to the state legislators listed on this page!
Print copies of these stickers and include them with your SWEPCO bill.
Print copies of these postcards and mail them to AEP/SWEPCO
Please Join Save The Ozarks as we march in the Eureka Gras Day Parade on Saturday, March 1st.
Click here for info.
Click here for a postcard, flyer, stickers, a full page ad, or fact sheet!
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Is Your Property Affected?Find your Property on the Map!
What Might These Powerlines Look Like?
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If SWEPCO carries out their proposal, they will harm ALL OF US -- Arkansas citizens, landowners, business owners, and contributors to the community and tax base. SWEPCO will damage our region's tourism economy. Visitors come to the Ozarks for natural beauty and recreation. They will NOT come for once-scenic views marred by a 50-mile long, 150-foot wide, clear-cut strip in which a string of 150-foot tall towers stand where a beautiful forest once stood.
Features and attractions that will be affected include Inspiration Point at the White River, Pea Ridge National Military Park, the Razorback Greenway, Thorncrown Chapel, views from the Historic Beaver Town Bridge, Lake Leatherwood, Beaver Lake, the Christ of the Ozarks statue, and other highly scenic viewpoints.
SWEPCO's Project DetailsReview Info posted on SWEPCO's website.
APSC Public Documents:Review SWEPCO's filing with the Arkansas Public Services Commission, and get additional information about the proposed high voltage transmission lines across NW Arkansas.
» Click Here to View Docket 13-041-U Online
» Click Here to View APSC Public Comments
» Click Here to Submit a Public Comment
The Six Proposed Routes:
This is Only the Beginning!
What the Ozark Study Really Recommended:« The 345k Ozark Loop
Future Entergy Lines Connecting to the Kings River Station:« Entergy's Future Line
Contact the following agencies, officials, and organizations and let your voice be heard! Tell them your opinions and demand their support in this battle for private land rights and our quality of life.
The Arkansas PSC is the governing body over this project. It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that we let them know how we feel.
Click Here to Submit a Public Comment
» Click Here to View All Public Comments
Contact Elected Officials and State Agencies!They were elected to SERVE THE PEOPLE, not the corporations! Request that they REPRESENT US.
» Click Here for a List of Who To Contact
Save the Ozarks - Video CenterClick below for videos of line installation -- right-of-way clearing, drilling boreholes for pole foundation, installing pole on foundation, etc.
Save the Ozarks
applauds and appreciates the city, county, professional, civic, and social
organizations that have passed resolutions, submitted letters, filed as
Click Here to alert your local municipality, and those that you visit or conduct business with.
Contact the Media:Be sure to contact your local newspaper, radio, and television stations, and ask them to provide in-depth coverage. Write frequent letters to the editor, too!
Save The Ozarks would like to thank local media and members of the press for the supportive coverage that has been provided on this issue!
Click here to view some of the highlights!
Dustin McDaniel, Arkansas Attorney General, is the state's chief consumer advocate with regards to environment, utilities, antitrust, and other consumer protection issues. He's been putting LOTS of pressure on Exxon with the recent Mayflower Oil spill. His motto is "Got Your Back Arkansas".
» Ask Mr. McDaniel if he's "Got Our Back", too!
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Save The Ozarks
PO Box 142
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Checks should be made payable to: SAVE THE OZARKS. Please include your full name and mailing address. Please do NOT send cash. Donations can also be deposited by hand to any of the Community First Banks.
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