Board backs delay of power line project: Santa Rosa Valley residents want state panel to reconsider plan

Oct 29, 2008 (Ventura County Star - McClatchy-Tribune Business News via COMTEX) --

The Ventura County Board of Supervisors has lined up behind Santa Rosa Valley residents who want state officials to take a closer look at a proposed power line that would run from Moorpark to Newbury Park.

The board voted unanimously during a special meeting Tuesday night in Moorpark to send a letter to the state Public Utilities Commission, asking the PUC to demand a full environmental review of the proposed power line. It would be a nine-mile, 66-kilovolt transmission line, built about 40 feet away from an existing, larger power line.




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Cancer fear spurs kindy to fight 'killer rays'

4:00AM Thursday Oct 30, 2008

By Vaimoana Tapaleao

Louise MacLeod with her 2-year-old daughter Alice at Titirangi Kindergarten. Photo / Dean Purcell

Parents say they will pull their children out of a Waitakere City kindergarten to keep them away from "killer rays" if a planned electrical substation is built next door.

Louise MacLeod is among the parents of 90 children at Titirangi Kindergarten who are protesting against Vector's plans to build a substation 30m from the centre, which is attended by children aged 3 to 5.

Mrs MacLeod, whose son attends the kindy, says many parents are planning to take their children out of the centre if the station is built because of health risks.

She pointed to a study by the stakeholder advisory group ELF-EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) carried out last year, which looked into the effects on people of electromagnetic frequencies.

"Research has shown that high levels of radiation have links to childhood leukaemia," Mrs MacLeod said. "They [Vector] have said the electromagnetic frequencies is like having an iron on. A full substation? No.

"Nobody is going to be an idiot and put their child there."



North Jersey power line challenged over environmental concerns

NJ.com - NJ, USA

The group also questioned whether the power lines' electromagnetic fields posed health concerns and would drive down property values. ...




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