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BlackMt Protest

BlackMt Protest

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Published by Henry L. Parra,Sr
Henry L. Parra, Sr.- Protest to BLM Resource Management Plan (RMP) amendments Proposed for the SunZia Southwest Transmission Line Project July 02, 2013

BLM and SunZia are instead encouraged to work with local Luna county government to follow a corridor acceptable to the American Public, the true owners of public lands. The establishment of one super corridor- improving existing power lines, cooperating with other powerline entities and following abandoned railroad lines, or current pathways and sharing transmission capacities, to avoid pristine public lands, construction related destruction, creation of new roads and trails detrimental to agriculture-ranching and farming including lease obligations, and operations, as well as domestic livestock and wildlife protections,etc etc, and endeavoring to building one ultra large capacity structure in a corridor approved by the affected county and which will provide long term and sufficient capacity/needs for the future as there is a lot of demand for clean power, and avoiding congestion with excessive numbers of generating stations of any type including power lines, detrimental to open vistas, rural culture, traditions and western nature/living or being unsightly in different areas of single counties or municipalities thereby avoiding complexity.
Henry L. Parra, Sr.- Protest to BLM Resource Management Plan (RMP) amendments Proposed for the SunZia Southwest Transmission Line Project July 02, 2013

BLM and SunZia are instead encouraged to work with local Luna county government to follow a corridor acceptable to the American Public, the true owners of public lands. The establishment of one super corridor- improving existing power lines, cooperating with other powerline entities and following abandoned railroad lines, or current pathways and sharing transmission capacities, to avoid pristine public lands, construction related destruction, creation of new roads and trails detrimental to agriculture-ranching and farming including lease obligations, and operations, as well as domestic livestock and wildlife protections,etc etc, and endeavoring to building one ultra large capacity structure in a corridor approved by the affected county and which will provide long term and sufficient capacity/needs for the future as there is a lot of demand for clean power, and avoiding congestion with excessive numbers of generating stations of any type including power lines, detrimental to open vistas, rural culture, traditions and western nature/living or being unsightly in different areas of single counties or municipalities thereby avoiding complexity.

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Mr. Henry L. Parra1301 E. Walnut StDeming, NM 88030 July 02, 2013BLM Director (210), Attention: Brenda Williams, P.O.Box 71383, Washington, DC 20024-1383
Please excuse or recognize that I am usinglarge letters due to my vision problems, as Ihave been diagnosed with possibleglaucoma. However, I wish to enter my protest of the Sun Zia- BLM plans to routea large transmission lines north of, or southof Luna County Black Mountain vicinity, inwhat is not desirable nor acceptable, as Iwill attempt to document.The BLM has provided a notice dated06/14/2013 “The Final EnvironmentalImpact Statement for the SunZia SouthwestTransmission Project in New Mexico and
 
Arizona and Proposed ResourceManagement Plan amendments
It can be read at://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/06/14/2013-14110/notice-of-availability-of-the-final-environmental-impact-statement-for-the-sunzia-southwest
This letter is initiated to vehementlyprotest the Sub Route 3A2 crossing US180 about 7.5 miles north of Deming
,which is too close to what is known as “LaGran Linea” or the Gadsden Purchasesurvey line, which is the historicalGadsdenPurchase Line- Barlett- Garcia CondeCompromise- US boundary Commissionand Comision de Limites Mexican- whichmet in El Paso, Texas on Dec of 1850 tofollow-up on and correct problemsassociated with the to infamous/incorrectDisturnell Map. The Commission’sagreement or selection was to follow the 32
 
and 22 degrees parallel, which is about 7.20miles north of Deming, NM.According to the BLM Proposed ResourceManagement
 
Plan
 
“Subroute 3A2 (123.9 miles), thencrosses a 115 kV transmission line andU.S. Route 180 Subroute 3A2 (123.9miles), the crosses a 115 kV transmissionline and U.S. Route 180 about 7.5 milesnorth of Deming. BLM preferredalternative, is a variation of Subroute3A. The subroute proceeds west fromthe proposed Midpoint Substation sitethen From that point, Subroute 3A2proceeds southwesterly then turnsnorthwest to parallel a 345 kV transmission line and pipeline adjacentto the Hidalgo Substation site.
 
Thesubroute then heads west, to cross theNew Mexico-Arizona state line fromHidalgo County into Greenlee County.”

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