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Tues., 6/24: walking tour/meeting of Energize Eastside "Route B" through South Rose Hill. Please join neighbors, PSE project managers, and City of Kirkland representatives for a meeting/walking tour of part of the "Route B" section of the proposed Energize Eastside 230 kV transmission line project.  On Tuesday, June 24th at 5:30 pm, we will meet at the Bridle Trails neighborhood sign on N.E. 70th Street by the Houghton Park & Ride lot, and then we will walk the route - heading east on 70th, north on 122nd, and east on 80th to Rose Hill Elementary.  (Cars will be available to ferry walkers back to the park & ride lot.)   You will be able to ask questions of PSE and City reps and share your concerns, learn more about the project, see the proposed route up close, learn about possible effects and provide feedback on Energize Eastside.

Please invite your neighbors and share this information with others who may be interested in walking with us.  

If you can't make it, be sure to send your comments to PSE (Questions are being answered and comments are being logged, categorized, and sorted by route segment so each comment "counts".)

Energize Eastside is Puget Sound Energy's project to upgrade our power grid. However, one of the proposed routes weaves high-voltage lines through our neighborhood. See this update from the Seattle Times, learn more at PSE's Energize Eastside website, and come to our neighborhood meetings to learn more.

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