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Mid Wales faces industrial destruction through the proliferation of wind farms and the associated power lines and sub station needed. We are campaigning to save the beautiful countryside of Mid Wales from these poorly planned developments.
National Grid and SP Energy are planning a project which will put high voltage electricity pylons across Mid Wales and Shropshire in order to carry electricity from a massive expansion of windfarms in the area to the national grid somewhere between Shrewsbury and Oswestry.
There are 10 possible route corridors but only one is to be selected. In their flawed Community Consultation National Grid are asking people to 'vote' for the pylons to go across someone else's area thus setting one community against another.
Which ever corridor is selected it will cause huge damage to communities and countryside. Therefore the people of this area are uniting to oppose National Grid's and SP Energy's plans.
Don't forget! Everyone in the household can sign.
We are very grateful for all your signatures but if you can also send a letter to National Grid that would be even better.
ATC have shown in their dealings with Molson Coors that they are not qualified to make the best decisions on behalf of all Altonians in respect of town planning.
They have also shown that they are not prepared to listen to residents whose views do not coincide with their own.
They have allowed their own personal agendas to take priority over what is best for the town in the long-term,
Heber City has been working on a large commercial development at the "hub" intersection (SR 189 and US 40).
A recent study analysis indicates that, upon completion of that development, the intersection will become a level of service class "F" (UDOT says "LOS F represents the breakdown of traffic flow – “failure”of the system.)
Lots of people have been unable to get tickets to see Elliot Minor/The Electric City in Exeter.
If the gig was moved to a bigger venue then more tickets would be available.