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Planning Meeting

Date and Time: Thursday Dec 06, 2012 9:00-3:00
Location: ColumbiaGrid Office/Columbia Room
Type: Program Meetings
Organizer: Marv Landauer

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01/31/2013 Promod Flow Gate Revised (v: 1)   

...evised_color MJL SAW GC AJ.xls   download>


01/10/2013 Action Items from (12.6.12) (v: 1)   

ActionItemsfrom12-6-12CGPM.pdf   download>


12/06/2012 MSRATF Scopework Draft (12.5.12) (v: 1)   

...peofWork-Draft-12052012-3.docx   download>


12/06/2012 Cross Cascades North Study Report Appendix B Update (v: 06Dec12)   

..._AppendixB_Update_05Dec12.pptx   download>


12/05/2012 ColumbiaGrid Relay Presentation (v: 1)   

...d_Relay_Presentation_Final.pdf   download>


12/05/2012 Draft Planning Agenda (12.6.12) (v: 1)   

...ftPlanningAgenda(12-6-12).docx   download>


12/04/2012 Decisions and Action Items from October 25, 2012 (v: 1)   

ctionItemsfrom10-25-12CGPM.pdf   download>


12/04/2012 NOS Process Timing (v: 1)   

nos_process_timing.pdf   download>


11/21/2012 Draft 2013 Biennial Plan Graphics, Tables & Attachment A (v: 1)   

2013BP-Attachments.pdf   download>


11/21/2012 Draft 2013 Biennial Transmission Expansion Plan Attachment B (v: 1)   

...nPlanningDraftBP(11-7-12).xlsx   download>



Member: Seattle City Light      Project: ColumbiaGrid     
Seattle City Light

"ColumbiaGrid plays an important leadership role with the Northwest's public and private utilities and the Bonneville Power Administration. It allows for critical collaboration that benefits all our customers. As a member of Columbia Grid, Seattle receives a direct benefit from working together to address the issues that threaten the safe and reliable operation of our regional electric system in an environmentally sustainable manner."
~~ Jorge Carrasco, Superintendent, Seattle City Light