Power Lines and FPNA Board Membership

Time to Bury the Lines? Since 2002, the neighborhood group Friends of India Point Park (FIPP) has worked tirelessly with the City, the State, and the utility National Grid to negotiate and fund an effort to eliminate the large, looming power line structures that cross the I-195 bridge, dissect India Point Park, and span the Seekonk River toward the Tockwotton home in East Providence. FPNA has supported this effort, agreeing with FIPPs stance that the towers, which have become structurally unsound and currently need replacement, not only spoil the beauty of the waterfront, but erode its overall appeal to tourists and investors. According to a recent FIPP petition, it’s time to bury the lines.

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