July 21, 2011By -Articles From Everywhere About Chino Hills and Chino
Cal Watchdog reports Chino Hills' story

In the Southern California city of Chino Hills, there is a palpable anger spreading as the landscape is changing from bedroom community to industrial park. The bedroom community landscape now includes 200-foot electrical towers near homes, churches and parks.

The Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project has had many of the 76,000 Chino Hills residents up in arms, but they are now left feeling impotent against one of the largest power providers in the state. Residents are watching helplessly as the installation of new massive electricity towers "200 feet tall and 60 feet wide " are erected quickly, as close as 40 feet from some residents' backyards.

Read the story... | Source: CalWatchdog.com | Date posted: 7/21/2011

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