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Tribe, BPA partner on tidal project

Along Oregon Highway 202, about a mile south of Astoria, is a talon-shaped plot of more than 200 acres bordered by the Youngs and Wallooskee rivers that is still held back by a century-old dike. 34 more words

BPA back on the block | Opinion

Tucked away in the Trump administration’s budget proposal is a plan to raise $4.9 billion by selling the Bonne­ville Power Administration’s transmission network. It’s not a new idea: The Reagan, Clinton and George W. 38 more words

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BPA drops plan for Oregon-Washington transmission line

The Bonneville Power Administration has scrapped its controversial plan to build a high-voltage transmission line near Portland, Oregon.

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Statesman Journal

BPA nixes costly and controversial I-5 power line proposal

The Bonneville Power Administration has canceled a costly and controversial transmission line that would have run 80 miles from Troutdale through southwest Washington.

The project would have cut a 150-foot wide path through Clark and Cowlitz counties to Castle Rock, Wash., with steel transmission towers rising more than 300 feet above the ground in some spots. 12 more words

The Oregonian

BPA pulls plug on $722M I-5 Corridor transmission project 

Agency says there are smarter, less expensive ways to relieve congestion issues.

The Bonneville Power Administration is dropping a plan to build a 79-mile high-voltage transmission line in Southwestern Washington after determining that it can address power congestion issues without the controversial $722 million project. 13 more words

State Of Washington

New Study Shows Quantities Of BPA Found In Canned Food Still High

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — It’s convenient and a staple in most kitchens, but a lot of canned food still contains an ingredient linked to birth defects and cancer. 351 more words

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