The Twister
PO Box 390
Gordon, NE  69343
Phone: (308) 282-2500
Fax: (308) 282-0061

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Below is the text of the press release issued by Nebraska State Senator Tom Brewer concerning Nebraska Public Power District's "R-Project"

Date: 20 June 2019

LINCOLN –Yesterday I was informed by Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) that construction on their “R-Project” power line will commence soon. They have received their permits from the federal government. This 225-mile long high voltage powerline will cut through the heart of the Sandhills. For the past two and a half years, I have tried to work with NPPD. I have traveled to Denver and met with the Regional Director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service. I have traveled to Washington, D.C. and met with the Deputy Secretary of the Interior. I have reached out to the Governor and Nebraska’s Congressional Delegation. Of these, Congressman Adrian Smith stepped up and helped me. I’ve met with hundreds of constituents and attended countless meetings about this impending disaster. The planned route for this project will cause permanent harm to the most environmentally fragile area in Nebraska, and it will kill endangered Whooping Cranes at a rate that may lead to their extinction. It will be one of the largest government seizures of private property in the history of the State as most of the route will have to be forcibly taken through NPPDs use of eminent domain. Of the many reasons offered, the primary goal of this travesty is to provide connection to future wind energy projects planned for the Sandhills. These will bring even more harm to this singularly unique place in the world, as well as to the people who will be forced to be neighbors to these harmful monstrosities. To say the very least, I am very disappointed in NPPD and the federal agencies making these terribly flawed decisions. They have steadfastly ignored the many concerns from hundreds of citizens, and the mountains of hard evidence and research presented to them. They have ignored the other, less harmful routes that could be used for the powerline. They have failed to correctly follow the letter and spirit of the federal law and conduct the environmental impact study properly. What work they did do is incomplete and full of mistakes so glaring an ordinary citizen can point them out. Nebraskans should be outraged at the careless way in which the most beautiful part of our State will now be destroyed so a handful of wealthy investors can make money off of an incredibly wasteful government program.