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Lehi residents powerless over transmission line move

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  • Kings Court Alpine, UT
    Oct. 7, 2013 11:33 p.m.

    The residents impacted should have received a letter from Lehi City about the potential impact to their property. I thought this was the law, but I guess I'm wrong. Once again, Ivory Homes is proving to be a bad neighbor and Lehi City is acting as an enabler.

  • Uncle Gadianton Salt Lake City, Utah
    Oct. 8, 2013 7:11 a.m.

    It is my understanding that Rocky Mountain Power requires that property owners cannot build or even plant trees within several feet of a power line. If the lines are close to these yards, the residents may be restricted on what they can do on their property.

  • riverofsun St.George, Utah
    Oct. 8, 2013 11:38 a.m.

    A largely recognized builder is starting to build homes between Bloomington and SunRiver in the Saint George area.
    The views are amazing.
    Just a few problems...
    The homes will be located between and under two major power line areas and right along 1-15.
    There is no hiding these facts.
    One just has to wonder who would pay such large amounts of money for a new home with this location?
    Possibly homes will only have doors and windows on the northwest side of the house?