ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Utility regulators are taking public comment on plans for en electricity transmission line in eastern New York.
The state Public Service Commission says it will accept comment by mail and email and during a hearing on New York State Electric and Gas Corp.'s plan for the Columbia County Transmission Project.
The utility wants to build an 11-mile stretch of 115 kilovolt transmission line in the towns of Chatham, Ghent, and Stockport.
The June 14 hearing at the West Ghent Fire Company Station in Ghent will begin at 4 p.m. with a description of the project.
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