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The East Locust Creek Reservoir project in north central Missouri near Milan, in Sullivan County, is moving forward.  According to a news story, 79% of the land needed for acquisition … Read More

The 750-mile long prposed Grain Belt Express Clean Line is causing controversy in affected counties, including Randolph County, Missouri.  Many landowners oppose having their land taken by eminent domain, and … Read More

The president of Clean Line Energy Partners visited northwestern Missouri to promote the Grain Belt Express electric transmission line project, which would carry electricity generated by wind farms in Kansas … Read More

This letter to the editor offers an overview of reasons as to why landowners are opposed to the Grain Belt Express DC electric transmission line.  Read more at:

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Element Power, an energy company located in Portland, Oregon (website: has proposed to build a wind farm, named Mill Creek Wind Farm, that will generate 200 megawatts of electricity.  … Read More

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has released the final $2 million for the East Locust Creek Reservoir Project.  The reservoir will serve 10 counties in northeast Missouri, providing drinking water.  The … Read More

The route in northern Arkansas for the 345kv electric transmission line to be built by Southwestern Electric Power Company (“SWEPCO”) has been approved.  To read more, see: .

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More than 400 residents of Randolph County, Missouri, signed a petition to oppose the Grain Belt Express high-power transmission line.  The petition was presented to the Randolph County Commission, but … Read More

The Grain Belt Express Clean Line project received approval in early May 2014 from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).  Read more at:

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Missouri Representative Dr. Jim Neely, R-Cameron, has filed a bill seeking to change state law concerning eminent domain powers exercised by utilities.  This could affect the ability of Clean Line … Read More

Missouri Farm Bureau’s board of directors has voted to oppose granting the use of eminent domain to the Grain Belt Express “Clean Line.”  Read more here:

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Clean Energy Partners has announced and published the “final” route of the proposed Grain Belt Express Powerline through Missouri.  Eight Missouri counties are affected:  Buchanan, Clinton, Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Randolph, … Read More

Clean Line Energy, plans to build the Grain Belt Express Clean Line, a 750-mile long high-voltage direct-current overhead transmission line, to carry electricity generated by wind-powered generators in Kansas to … Read More

Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois plans to build a 345 kv electric transmission line from Palmyra to the Iowa border in northeast Missouri, and a new substation in Kirksville.  There … Read More

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) recently announced a new project in Rogersville, Missouri. The new road would connect Highway B with Greene County Farm Road 253 on the west … Read More

The Grain Belt Express Clean Line, an approximately 750-mile long proposed high-voltage, direct current transmission line that will transmit wind energy from Kansas to the east coast, has encountered opposition … Read More

The Owners’ Counsel of America, a nationwide network of eminent domain attorneys dedicated to representing property owners, have elected two new members to their Board of Directors.

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Grain Belt Express Clean Line has finalized its proposed route for its electric transmission line.  In Missouri, the route is proposed to go through Buchanan County, Clinton County, Caldwell County, … Read More

The American Civil Liberties Union has sued the Federal Housing Finance Agency, asking it to disclose efforts to stop municipalities from using eminent domain to bail out underwater homeowners and … Read More

MoDOT is in the final months of conducting a study on improving I-270 North from the intersection of I-70 and the Chain of Rock Bridge, which is a about 15 … Read More

Earlier this year, an Arkansas public service judge moved the Southwestern Electric Power Company’s plan to construct a 345kv regional power line through Missouri just north of the … Read More

A federal judge in Kansas City, Kan., has ruled against the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas in its suit against a water district.

In a decision rendered by Judge Carlos Murguia on … Read More

Denlow & Henry will be holding an informational meeting for property owners affected by the Ameren Lutesville – Heritage Transmission Line on October 9, 2013, in the Missouri Room of … Read More

City of North Kansas City, Missouri v. K.C. Beaton Holding Company, WD76068 and WD76110 (Mo. Court of Appeals, Western District) January 14, 2014 opinion

The Missouri Court of Appeals upheld a … Read More

Ameren, a Missouri electirc utility company, is moving forward to build a new 345,000-volt transmission line in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri between the existing Lutesville substation located off State … Read More

Missouri Highway and Transportation (MoDOT) is planning road improvement to Route 50 in Jefferson City, Missouri.  The changes to Route 50, also known as Witton Expressway, may include a … Read More

Paul Henry will discuss eminent domian issues at the upcoming legal seminar on “Missouri Land Rights and Restrictions.” The program is set for June 17, 2009 at the Crowne Plaza … Read More

A new bridge is being designed to replace the existing Route 47 bridge over the Missouri River just north of Washington, Missouri, linking Franklin County to Warren County. The project … Read More

Several property owners represented by Denlow & Henry successfully contested and fought an eminent domain condemnation case filed by Kansas City Power & Light (“KCP&L”) in Platte County, Missouri in … Read More

MoDOT is planning a new interchange at I-55 and Route PP at Scott City in Scott County. The proposed interchange would provide access to south Scott City, and access from … Read More

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