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I&M land grab rankles resident

May 28, 2014

    Adams County resident Jon Fuhrmann appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Tuesday afternoon at their regularly scheduled weekly meeting to inform them of a potential eminent domain issue involving his property and I&M Power. 
    “I don’t know if there’s anything you can do with this, but I wanted to make you aware” of the situation, Fuhrmann commented in introducing himself and his concerns to commissioners.
    Fuhrmann indicated I&M Power is planning to relocate a transmission line for the exclusive benefit of Bunge North America, 1200 N. 2nd St. “From what I understand, they’re going to run the new transmission line down (U.S.) 27 specifically for Bunge,” Fuhrmann stated. In the process, “they will be taking the right of way down (C.R.) 1100N, which affects me personally,” Fuhrmann added.
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