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SALEM — Passionate comments flew across cyberspace as opponents of the proposed 290-mile Boardman to Hemingway transmission line had another opportunity to speak their minds about the controversial project at a virtual Oregon Public Utility Commission hearing.

The hearing, conducted Monday, Dec. 5, was for public comment on Idaho Power’s application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity. Those speaking included Malheur County farmer Jim Foss, who raises onions and alfalfa hay on a large farm near Adrian.

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