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A Texas company will hold public meetings in central Illinois next week to talk about a proposed electric transmission line that could affect land owners in Clark, Cumberland and Shelby counties.
The Mattoon Journal-Gazette reports that (http://bit.ly/1xZMkXv ) Houston-based Clean Line Energy is developing a 750-mile overhead, direct-current transmission line to deliver wind power from Kansas to Illinois and other states.
The company plans two meetings Monday — at 7 a.m.