The debate rages on whether the proposed Northern Pass transmission line project can become a reality. In the meantime, project land agents continue to negotiate with North Country property owners, where 45 miles of new right-of-way is needed for a transmission line right of way, even before the project seeks the needed state approvals.

Last week, Renewable Properties, Inc., a subsidiary of Public Service of N.H., filed an easement deed for a right of way through land owned by Laurie Hodgman in Stewartstown. The land is near property that Laurie’s mother, Monda Placey, had sold to Renewable Properties, Inc., back in February.

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