"Welcome to A Better Way for BPA!"
Working To Preserve Our Land And Our Landowner Rights
November 18, 2010
BPA announced their new map today showing us the preliminary centerpoint and tower placement along all the routes.
You will need to go to the left of the map where you can zoom in (+ sign) to find the bluish-green preliminary centerpoint of the lines and the black dots signifying their proposed tower placement. Go slowly and after every click you zoom in, move your area into the center of the map with the little "hand," zooming in a little bit more each time until you find that bluish-green line.
You can click on the search tab at the upper right-hand corner of the map and type in your address to see where your property lies in relation to the preliminary centerpoint and towers.
This is only their preferred path through their proposed routes. It does not release your property and they can still move the lines and towers anywhere within the routes.
BPA chief will explain decision on line
Washington officials ask why a route through Oregon was ruled out
Saturday, October 16, 2010
RALLY FOR THE PEARL!
Join us for a peaceful rally on the sidewalk
at Bonneville Power Administration Vancouver Mall Complex
7600 NE 41st St
Vancouver, WA 98661
Saturday, October 30, 2010
12:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Use our signs or bring the signs you make at our
Sign Making Party
Amboy Fire Station
Thursday, October 28, 2010
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Download the attached flier to share in your community or with neighbors
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AMBOY MIDDLE SCHOOL GYM
22115 NE Chelatchie Rd
Amboy, WA 98601-3813
Saturday, October 23, 2010
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Download the attached flier below to share with your neighbors
BPA announces they will publicly explain why they don't want to use the Oregon (Pearl) routes. Click here to read the article
See the attachments below that Stephen Wright, CEO of BPA and person who decides what proposed route to use wrote a letter to our Commissioners saying he will attend a meeting discussing his decision to drop the Oregon routes (Pearl).