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Oct 08, 2018
If we provide a brief flyer with bullet points of what people can do, we might have more support. We should list some important inducements, ie "Do you want your home's value to decrease due to this project, Do you want an increased risk of cancer due to excessive EMFs; Do you want to have disproportionate industrial work in your neighborhood every day from 7am to 7pm (and possibly outside these hours) for OVER A YEAR, with dynamite blasting, heavy equipment, helicopters, porta-potties, internet/utilities/phone/cable interruptions, roads closed; What is to stop SDG&E from adding a THIRD set of poles soon thereafter; Remember this is a utility with "customer service" who say when the power is out "We won't charge you for what you don't use" ; Do you think they should be taking more ROW than they currently have; etc. I know we are not supposed to be "NIMBY", but that is what motivates people. Action people can take: #1 Email/call Lisa Orsaba from the CPUC at : TL6975SanMarcos@esassoc.com Project voicemail: (619) 719-4207 and ask to be added to the mailing list. #2 Contact the San Marcos City Council (contact info) and tell them why you think the TL6975 project should be re-routed or other alternatives should be explored #3 Sign up on our own internal website (sanmarcospowerlines.com) to stay informed about the latest developments #4 When the 30-day response period starts (sometime in Oct 2018), send a letter to the Formal Comment Mailing Address: California Public Utilities Commission Attn: San Marcos-Escondido TL6975 c/o David D. Davis, AICP Environmental Science Associates 1425 N. McDowell Blvd. Ste. 200 Petaluma, CA 94954
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