While support grows for Gentry’s Wild Wilderness Drive-through Safari in its battle with Southwestern Electric Power Co. over payment for an easement the utility company is taking from the Safari by eminent domain, which crosses a corner of the drive-through portion of the Safari, there is another side of the issue which is not receiving as much publicity and which fair-minded individuals may also wish to consider.
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News, Pages 1 on 10/09/2013
Print Headline: SWEPCO gives an answer to Safari’s many supporters