Thursday, September 05, 2013
Well, I guess everyone’s definition of a “vital need” is different, but when I think of a vital need (vital meaning essential, all-important, life-and-death) I think of water, protein, carbs, a toilet (I’m spoiled) and a place to sleep for 6 to 8 hours per 24 hour period.
When the Superintendent of Bentonville Schools, William Alan Poore, thinks of a vital need as he expressed recently on public comments to the APSC, he thinks of having a 345 kV transmission going through NWA, somewhere, anywhere, but not anywhere near his schools. If the 345 kV transmission line were truly a vital need (we would die without it) and I guess the young’uns would have to endure – better not so healthy over death.
I have to question where Mr. Poore gets his information? SWEPCO press releases, maybe? If they are vital, Mr. Poore, suck it up and let them shine in your playgrounds and campuses. After all, we’ll die without them – right?
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