APS prevails in power line location protest

Sarah Ann Ranch residents took this and other photos in association with a high voltage APS line on 125-foot poles less than 250 feet south of the development. : Submitted photo
Sarah Ann Ranch residents took this and other photos in association with a high voltage APS line on 125-foot poles less than 250 feet south of the development. : Submitted photo

By David Madrid | The Republic

Surprise residents opposed to high-voltage power lines skirting their community on Friday, Feb. 13, lost their fight to move the lines when the Arizona Corporation Commission voted against them. Arizona Public Service will resume power line work in their neighborhood Monday, Feb. 16.

The commission, in a unanimous 5-0 decision, voted not to reopen the case in which residents of the Sarah Ann Ranch community sought to move the power lines 250 feet from the north side of Cactus Road to the south side.

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