AEP and Allegheny have asked for another delay in the West Virginia PSC's review process for PATH.

PATH would generate coal-fired electric in WV and use gigantic transmission towers and lines that would cross several WV counties, delivering electric to the eastern corridor.

Opposition has been mounted over the project, from West Virginians having to help pay to build the project to opponents concerned about increased pollution from coal-fire power plants in the state. The project would affect about 70 Calhoun landowners.

Read about the latest PATH issues at calhounpowerline

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