More than 2,700 meters remain off with 30 poles replaced today out of the 270 damaged by the storm.
Members who are without power today should plan for an extended outage and make arrangements accordingly.
“We are making continual progress towards complete restoration,” said Zac Perkins, assistant general manager. “Our number one goal is the safety of employees, members and the electric system. If you are using a generator, be sure it is connected properly to prevent deadly back feed onto power lines.”
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