Condemnation– Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO)
If have recently been contacted by Southwestern Electric Power Company (a unit of American Electric Power, or AEP) about the construction of the Valliant to Northwest Texarkana 345 kV transmission line in Bowie County, TX, your property is in jeopardy of being condemned (taken by eminent domain). The important thing to remember is that even if you’ve received a letter from SWEPCO, this does NOT mean that it’s a done deal. There are many ways to influence the condemnation process to ensure that your wants and needs are met, but it’s important that you involve knowledgeable professionals that can help guide you through the process. Braun & Gresham, PLLC represents landowners in the condemnation process and will work diligently to protect your property, minimize impact, and ensure just compensation for damages.
Valliant to Northwest Texarkana Transmission Line
- 345 kV double-circuit electrical line in Bowie County, TX
- The portion of the transmission line Project in Texas will terminate at the existing SWEPCO Northwest Texarkana Substation and extend to a crossing of the Red River at a location adjacent to where US Highway 259 crosses from Texas into Oklahoma. The transmission line Project will extend beyond that point within the State of Oklahoma and will terminate at the existing PSO Valliant Substation.
- About 44 miles long
Land isn’t renewable so it’s important that you know your rights in this complex process. Contact Braun & Gresham Condemnation Attorney, Patrick Reznik at 512-894-5426 or email@example.com to arrange a free, 30-minute consultation.