NYRI: We fixed two of three deficiences in latest filing

NORWICH – Two of the three deficiencies cited in New York Regional Interconnect’s latest application filing have already been taken care of, says a representative for the company.



NYRI left out required information about its 190-mile-long power line’s impact on electricity reliability and historical sites in its June 5 filing, states a letter sent to the company Thursday by the Public Service Commission, as well as a list of local ordinances for one town along the route. It’s the third time NYRI’s permit filing has been sent back for lacking information.

Company spokesman David Kalson says the reliability study and list of local ordinances are now complete.


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