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Docket No. 466 - Frost Bridge to Campville Project
The Connecticut Light & Power Company d/b/a Eversource Energy application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the Frost Bridge to Campville 115-kilovolt (kV) electric transmission line project that traverses the municipalities of Watertown, Thomaston, Litchfield, and Harwinton, which consists of (a) construction, maintenance and operation of a new 115-kV overhead electric transmission line entirely within existing Eversource right-of-way and associated facilities extending approximately 10.4 miles between Eversourceís existing Frost Bridge Substation in the Town of Watertown and existing Campville Substation in the Town of Harwinton; (b) related modifications to Frost Bridge Substation and Campville Substation; and (c) reconfiguration of a 0.4 mile segment of two existing 115-kV electric transmission lines across the Naugatuck River in the Towns of Litchfield and Harwinton within the same existing right-of-way as the new 115-kV electric transmission line.
Volume 1 - Description of the Proposed Project and Alternatives Analysis
Volume 2 - Wetlands and Watercourses Report
Frost Bridge to Campville Municipal Consultation Filing:
Bulk Filing #2
From Treeland to Shrubland Video - available to view in Council's Office
STATE AGENCY COMMENTS
PUBLIC OFFICIAL COMMENTS
PARTIES AND INTERVENORS
Motions and Objections
Party - Office of Consumer Counsel
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
DRAFT FINDINGS OF FACT
DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT PLAN
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