LYNNVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Valley Authority is proposing to rebuild about 3.5 miles of transmission line in the Lynnville area to improve service reliability.
The project would rebuild the existing Columbia-Lynnville 46-kilovolt Transmission Line to 161-kilovolt standards and install associated switches on new structures. This transmission line would supply power to Pulaski Electric System’s Lynnville 161-kilovolt Substation. The transmission line would be built using steel pole structures centered on 100-foot-wide right of way, consisting of existing 75-foot-wide right of way plus 25 feet of new right of way.
TVA staff will provide information and answer questions about the project on Thursday, July 17, 2014, from 3-7 p.m. CDT, at the Municipal Building, 101 Mill St., Lynnville, Tennessee.
Detailed maps showing the location will be available. More information is available at http:/www.tva.com/transmissionprojects. Those unable to attend should contact TVA’s Chris Columber toll free at 800-362-4355, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at: Chris Columber, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1101 Market St., MR 4G, Chattanooga, TN, 37402-2801.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is a corporate agency of the United States that provides electricity for business customers and local power distributors serving 9 million people in parts of seven southeastern states. TVA receives no taxpayer funding, deriving virtually all of its revenues from sales of electricity. In addition to operating and investing its revenues in its electric system, TVA provides flood control, navigation and land management for the Tennessee River system and assists local power companies and state and local governments with economic development and job creation.