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Minnesota Power files for new transmission line

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By John Myers

Forum News Service

DULUTH -- Minnesota Power has taken the next formal step to build a new 240-mile, high-voltage transmission line from the Manitoba border to the Iron Range.

The Duluth-based utility on Monday filed its “certificate of need” with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission for the Great Northern Transmission Line, which would bring hydroelectric power from northern Manitoba into northeastern Minnesota.

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