MADISON (WKOW) -- Wisconsin regulators are planning to hold a series of meetings with the public to start developing an environmental impact state for a proposed power line between La Crosse and Dane counties.
American Transmission Company and Northern States Power Company are seeking permission from the state Public Service Commission to build the 345-kilovolt line from the town of Onalaska to Middleton.
The PSC has invited the public to attend one of six meetings to determine the scope of the project's environmental impact statement. The meetings will be held in Waunakee on May 28; Cashton on June 3, Black River Falls on June 9; Holland on June 2; Wisconsin Dells on June 5; and Tomah on June 10.
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