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Biggersville, Mississippi, 161-kilovolt Transmission Line - Provide Delivery Point

Alcorn County, Mississippi


On January 15, 2010, TVA issued an environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact for its proposal to construct and operate a 161-kilovolt (kV) transmission line to supply electric power to a new substation being constructed near Biggersville, Mississippi, by Alcorn County Electric Power Association (ACEPA).  The proposed 9.2-mile 161-kV transmission line in Alcorn County would connect the ACEPA’s new Biggersville Substation to TVA’s existing Corinth 161-kV Substation.

The transmission line would utilize mostly double-pole steel structures on new 100-foot right-of-way occupying about 110 acres.  Additionally, following the construction of the new substation and transmission line, TVA proposes to retire the Reinzi 46-kV Substation.

Documents

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Finding of No Significant Impact (PDF, 41 kb)

Environmental Assessment (PDF, 2.8 mb)

Appendix A - Correspondence (PDF, 791 kb)

Appendix B - TVA Right-of-Way Clearing Specifications (PDF, 605 kb)

Appendix C - TVA Environmental Quality Protection Specifications for Transmission Line Construction (PDF, 605 kb)

Appendix D - TVA Transmission Construction Guidelines Near Streams (PDF, 655 kb)

Appendix E - TVA Environmental Protection Procedures Right-of-Way Vegetation Management Guidelines (PDF, 605 kb)

Appendix F - Comparative Analysis of Criteria on the Proposed Routes for the Biggersville 161-kV Transmission Line to Biggersville Substation, Alcorn County, Mississippi (PDF, 1.6 mb)

Appendix G - Stream Crossings Along the Proposed Biggersville 161-kV Transmission Line in Alcorn County, Mississippi (PDF, 627 kb)

Appendix H - Nonnative, Noninvasive Species Suitable for Public Use Areas, Erosion Control/Stabilization, and Wildlife Habitat Plantings (PDF, 704 kb)

 

           
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