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Byline: Shelli Derobertis
Sep. 24--CHINO HILLS, Calif. -- Nearly 400 residents showed support of the city's proposed alternative transmission route as they packed the council chambers last week for two scoping meetings.
The state Public Utilities Commission held the meetings to receive comment from residents on the application filed by Southern California Edison to upgrade and expand 170 miles of power lines from Mojave to Mira Loma.
A five-mile portion of Edison's proposed transmission line route will traverse within 500 feet populated by more than 1,000 houses in the city.
The city developed its own proposed route, in hopes the PUC will …