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Operations and Right-of-Way Update Contractors Working for LREC


Midwestern Electrical Contractors hired by Lake Region Electric Coop- erative (LREC), is conducting pole change-outs in the area of Wagoner, and the east and west borders of Lake Ft. Gibson. A pole change-out is just how it sounds. Construction crews remove the old poles and replace them with brand new poles. These pole change-outs help keep LREC’s power system safe and reliable. Pole change-outs are a major part of preventing outages. On the right-of-way clearing side of the operations, Northeast Rural Ser- vices is trimming trees along the Clear Creek feeder near Hulbert. Asplundh crews are trimming trees in the area of Wildwood and Norwood. There is a LREC right-of-way crew cutting trees and clearing the feeders from the Perk Substation, in the Woodall and Park Hill area. Other LREC right-of-way crews are cutting trees for service orders and hot spots.


Managing vegetation around electric power lines is critical to the safe and reliable delivery of your service. Trees are a leading cause of electric power outages. LREC remains committed to our mission of providing safe, re- liable, reasonably priced electric service. If you have any questions concerning line construction or right-of-way issues, please con-  toll-free 800-364-LREC.


LREC right-of-way crew: Stephen Lewallen and Brent Lamons


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The longer evenings in winter are a good time to think about illuminating your property with a high-pressure sodium security light from Lake Region Electric Cooperative. Security lights are a proven deterrent to crime, plus they cast a welcome glow around your yard that can prevent mishaps caused by stumbling around in the dark. Call us today about installing a security light that meets your needs. Monthly rates include free maintenance and installations.


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Photo by: Larry Mattes


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