Ameren Missouri is still waiting for word from FERC on whether or not the plan to move their boundary line will be accepted.
Several thousand homes and structures face removal if changes made by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to Ameren’s Shoreline Management Plan are allowed to stand. Brian Vance with Ameren spoke about the upcoming FERC rehearing yesterday on the Ozarks this Morning.
Vance says the Ameren boundary line could be moved, taking care of homes that may fall on utility property.
He says Ameren would like to continue doing business as they have since they became the owners of the lake property.
If you would like to find out if your lakefront property could be affected contact Vance’s office at 365-9252.
Brian also addressed the easement from Ameren that is granted in deeds to homes. He says the easements are valid except in cases where private encroachment could violate local, state, or federal law. Vance says Ameren has prevailed in cases where the homeowner has challenged Ameren on the easement and attempted to build or maintain a structure in violation of law.
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