The Public Service Commission wants all formal petitions to intervene in the approval of the Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline or PATH by the middle of July.

Those who intervene formally must be available for testimony and cross-examination when the evidentiary hearings on PATH begin.

The request must also be made in the form of a written letter with the case number, the name and address of the petitioner and his or her attorney, and a statement telling why they want to intervene.

PATH is a joint project by American Electric Power and Allegheny Energy. It will stretch across 14 counties over 224 miles beginning in Putnam County and ending in Berkeley County.

Formal interventions must be filed with the Executive Secretary of the PSC by July 13th.

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