The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to hold a public hearing on Oct. 13 to consider conveying county property to Dominion Energy in exchange for other real property.
The board authorized the county attorney to advertise the hearing in order to promote the “least intrusive route for high voltage transmission lines” to serve data centers in the Route 28 corridor.
Additionally, the board directed the attorney to file any necessary documents as may be necessary to participate in Dominion Energy’s application to the State Corporation Commission for High Voltage Transmission Lines.
The board, without any remarks, voted 8-0-1 with Supervisor Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge) absent.
County Attorney Leo Rogers said because the matter was discussed in closed session, he was unable to provide a copy of the route or any details.