Around 20 Aldwyn Lane residents met with Radnor Township officials Wednesday evening at the township public works facility to exchange impressions of their meeting on Monday night with PECO.
The PECO meeting was an opportunity for the Villanova residents to pose questions and get some answers about the utility’s plans to upgrade its 138 kV transmission line along the PECO right-of way, which is shared with SEPTA along the Route 100 SEPTA rail corridor that runs along the back of the Aldwyn properties.
The residents were not reassured by the opportunity to ask PECO representative’s questions.
“There were a lot of different answers,” Walker Long, an Aldwyn resident said. His comment was repeated by others at the meeting with Radnor township manager Bob Zienkowski, commissioners John Nagle and John Fisher, township public works manager Steve Norcini, township legal counsel and others.
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