WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — As Central Texas grows, so does the need to provide more electricity, but some neighbors in Williamson County, say, “not in my backyard.”
“It’s going to be coming from across Brushy Creek, down along behind our subdivision.”
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Ralph Coffman has lived in The Oaklands subdivision in Round Rock, for six years, an area that may look a little different over the next few years. “Nobody wants to have this kind of high power line in their neighborhood,” says Ralph.