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Nearly 100 turn out at Bellevue City Hall to protest new power project

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BELLEVUE, Wash. — Nearly 100 people turned out at City Hall Tuesday night to protest a huge project to put in taller power poles.

Puget Sound Energy said the new poles are desperately needed.

The first issue, critics of the project say, is safety — the power project with new high voltage lines will span 18 miles and traverse through 29 different neighborhoods. But PSE said they’re just expanding what they already have.

Chris Francis of Q13 News has more in this video report.

 

 

 

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