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Appalachian Power Company is seeking a rate increase in connection with two requests to make improvements to transmission lines and infrastructure.
One of the requests could mean a monthly increase of about $4 for an average residential customer’s bill, beginning in May.
The other proposal would allow the power company to make improvements to 36 miles of transmission line between its Cloverdale substation in Botetourt County and a point in Rockbridge County where it connects with a line owned by Dominion Virginia Power.
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