Giant power line map of southern Calhoun shows the black
line of the "proposed route" but dotted lines that denote
a 10 mile wide band wherein is the final location. The line
will affect dozens of home and landowners in the county.

The Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline (PATH)
is a 765-kilovolt transmission line extending nearly 280
miles from the Amos Substation in Putnam County to the
proposed Kemptown Substation in Frederick County, Maryland.

Calhoun County land owners affected by the PATH power line crossing the southern part of the county, are invited to attend a public meeting this Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Upper West Fork Park at Chloe.

The purpose of this meeting is to provide Calhoun land owners with an explanation of power company tactics concerning surveying agreements, right of way options and condemnation lawsuits.

View the WV Public TV segment on PATH here

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