Kanawha

Legal Notices

NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS Appalachian Power plans to maintain a portion of its power line rights of way in West Virginia through aerial application of registered herbicides. Weather permitting, the program will begin on or about June 1, 2021. Questions about the program or information about sensitive areas near the power lines listed below, such as springs, wells, streams, lakes, ponds, orchards, crop areas, gardens, pastures, meadows, year-round dwellings, public recreation areas, and Christmas tree farms, may be directed to the company by calling toll-free 1-800-642-3622. Right-of-way maintenance agreements between the company and landowners are available to those preferring to accept responsibility for clearing the right of way crossing their property in lieu of aerial herbicide applications. Such agreements provide for compensation equivalent to the cost of aerial herbicide maintenance, provided the work meets the company’s specifications. Landowners desiring to enter into right-of-way maintenance agreements with Appalachian Power should call the toll-free number above. Maps showing the location of rights of way to be maintained in their areas also are available for inspection. Herbicides to be used have been extensively tested and are registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. They are glyphosate, imazapyr, metsulfuron methyl, fosamine, triclopyr, aminocy- clopyrachlor and aminopyralid. All applications are performed by certified applicators. Rights of way involved in the program are: KANAWHA COUNTY Bancroft-Nitro 69 kV – A transmission line on wood poles beginning at the Bancroft Station located on Route 817, south of Winfield, running south, passing the midpoint of Poca and e