Questions persist and again are not answered by I-5 project manager, Mark Korsness.
-With power consumption down and local distributive generation becoming the norm, where's the need for the Clark/Cowlitz county areas?
-Is this project being planned so BPA can transmit more power to California?
-If BPA can prove need for the Clark/Cowlitz county areas, why can't they build on the existing BPA-owned transmission corridor?
Mark Korsness states "along the existing corridor it will impact 3000 homes." Well, well, Mark, aren't those homes already impacted?
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