Last Monday evening, Patrick Reznik was asked to participate in the West Kerr County Community Forum at the Ingram Tom Moore High School Auditorium hosted by the West Kerr County Chamber of Commerce. The purpose of the Forum was to bring landowners and subdivisions possibly impacted by the transmission line project together in one place to hear experts discuss landowner rights in the routing and condemnation processes. The event hosted over 100 people and lasted over 2.5 hours. Patrick, along with the other three speakers, answered many questions from the audience.
Mountain Home 138-kV Transmission Line Project: LCRA Transmission Services Corporation plans to file a Certificate for Convenience and Necessity in the Fall of 2018 seeking approval from the Public Utility Commission to build a new 20 mile 138-kV Transmission Line with an 80 to 100 foot wide easement. The Study Area includes Gillespie, Kerr and Kimble Counties. LCRA TSC plans to connect to existing transmission lines near Hunt and Harper with a new substation near Mountain Home. For more information and preliminary maps click here.
Braun & Gresham attorney and condemnation specialist, Patrick Reznik, will be speaking at a community forum on Monday held by the West Kerr County Chamber of Commerce. LCRA has plans for a new 20-mile transmission line and substation between Mountain Home, Harper, and Hunt. Patrick will discuss the legal implications, process, and how affected landowners can have an impact. All interested parties may attend the public event.
Monday, July 16, 2018
Ingram High School Auditorium
Other speakers include Attorney Brad Bayliff, Former County Judge and Attorney Fred Henneke, and Kerr County Precinct 4 Commissioner Bob Reeves. Click here for more information about the speakers.
Click here for project information from LCRA.