Proposed routes for new Dominion Energy power lines are causing concern around Haymarket, Va. Dominion says the project is necessary for serving the area and will provide power for a planned Amazon-associated data center. But residents of Prince William County, including people from Carver Road, one of the oldest continually inhabited African American communities in the area, are trying to keep the lines out of their neighborhoods.

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  • Antonio Olivo Staff writer for Washington Post
  • Charles "Chuck" Penn Media Relations Manager for Dominion Energy Virginia
  • Elena Schlossberg Resident of Haymarket; Executive director, The Coalition to Protect Prince William County
  • Kenneth Schrad Spokesperson for the Virginia State Corporation Commission

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