JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Lake of the Ozarks property owners will have a chance to respond to power company Ameren Missouri’s plans to revise its shoreline management plan.
The utility must redraw its territory around the lake by June to remove unneeded land. That has some property owners worried that the new boundaries could potentially mean the loss of homes built on land that may actually belong to the utility’s hydroelectric dam project.
Ameren is hosting a public meeting Tuesday night at the Inn at Grand Glaize on Highway 54 in Osage Beach. The two-hour meeting begins at 6 p.m.
The utility plans to release its proposal for revised project boundaries to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the first quarter of the new year.
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