New posts about the PUC and utility applications After too long, I am renewing the Texas Power Lines Blog. I will have several new types of posts and will continue to have information on utility filings for new transmission lines. Posts also will include information on the PUC and its review and approval process. New technology […]
Bayliff Law Firm News
New beginnings in the new year! I’ve started my own law firm – Bayliff Law Firm PLLC! I will continue representing landowners in transmission line cases at the Texas PUC. Other administrative law clients include competitive telecom companies, cable service providers, and retail electric providers (REPs). My new office is located at 111 Congress Avenue, […]
I recently traveled to Knickerbocker, Texas, outside of San Angelo, to talk with landowners who were concerned about a proposed transmission line that may affect their properties. Because of the short notice for the meeting, I did not have a PowerPoint presentation or any handouts for the meeting and wished as I traveled to the […]
Tom Mighell’s Inter Alia web site named Texas Power Lines Blog its “Blawg of the Day” on Sept. 16, 2009. The Blawg of the Day selection describes Texas Power Lines Blog as “a great niche blog” and says the blog is “providing some great coverage on what is a really important topic here in Texas.” The American […]
An Austin, Texas, attorney’s blog about high-power electric transmission line issues before the Public Utility Commission of Texas.