Date: 5/30/19 6:55 am
From: Steven Mahler <mahlersteven...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: Follow up- Interurban bike trail disruption Oz county
Senseless busywork ... for no purpose! Who do we contact at WE Energies ?
Another reminder ... next November ....VOTE

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> On May 30, 2019, at 7:34 AM, d pan <birdmandan813...> wrote:
>
> A week has passed since I posted about the destruction of active nesting
> sites along this trail by ATC (American Transmission Company). I received
> lots of encouragement from many members of this list with ideas and support-
> I started by calling USFWS in Wisconsin- They referred me to the MN office
> - charged with mid-west avian issues. This office suggested that the
> combination of the current administration, some previous court rulings, and
> the company's (ATC) need to clear power company right-of-ways (just doing
> their job) wouldn't support a lawsuit (worst case scenario) to stop them
> from continuing their work clear cutting habitat during the nesting season
> (referred to as incidental take by USFWS).
>
> On a local level, I have communicated my dissatisfaction to the Ozaukee
> county planning and parks and received a response that they will try to
> contact our power supplier (WE Energies) in hopes of initiating contact
> with the proper ATC official to work out an understanding...........
>
> Meanwhile, during most of this past week, brush clearing has continued, my
> disappointment has grown, and more and more birds have wondered where their
> nests have gone-
>
>
> Dan Panetti
> S.E. Ozaukee county
>
>
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