Nuclear Disasters

Time to consider a bridge for the power lines

It seems in almost every-other issue of the Virginia Gazette there is an article concerning arguments for and against the proposed James River crossing of the Dominion Power 500-kilovolt power lines.

Dominion Power says stringing the lines on 17 transmission towers is the most cost effective way to ensure more than 600,000 residents and workers on the Peninsula have adequate power. Preservationists want to keep the river view pristine by requiring Dominion to place the lines under water. Both sides have valid points to support their respective arguments, which is probably the main reason the issue has not yet been resolved.

I have a third option that might satisfy both sides...