Comments for: PUC change means CMP must negotiate on trees outside its right of way

Posted Nov. 25, 2012, at 2:04 p.m.

HALLOWELL — Maine has maple, elm, hemlock, pine and spruce, to name a few. But add to the many varieties of trees two other distinct characteristics: “hazard” trees and “danger” trees. Each presents potential harm to Maine’s power lines, and to Mainers’ access to electricity. To limit that harm, and …

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