There is a simple solution to both sides of the disagreement on power lines over the James River, which is not to build them. But the trade-off would be [that] all affected localities must immediately cease all new residential and commercial developments. This lack of new power consumption will let the view-shed proponents have their pristine (tongue-in-cheek) view and have Dominion Power raise their rates for lack of new revenue. Should the localities refuse to stop development, then Dominion Power should refuse to connect power to prevent the impending blackouts.
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