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Cimarron Electric Cooperative ®


Rate I eq Everything wears out over time


equipment, clothes, hous electr


king place wi h Cima mission lines o


uch needed change o ice is now availa


electric poles and electric lines. O ha


mission lines on the east side o Much needed c service is no


te Increa e in Jease in July To Increa er time. Look at farm


hes, houses, appliances aliances and even d electric lines. Over the past y


have been reporting on a “Huge Upgrade takin


ace with Cimarron’s subst tio s substations and tra


pgrade” that was d trans-


st side of our 9 county syst e outs were coere completed a lable to our mem


grade was identifi ed as a necessity t d electrical capacity for our mem


s in store for the next co rk has already st i-million dolla


grade was identifi ed as a necessity to insur and electrical capacity f T is r to w


e next constr Work has alr tion p jec of our syst nductor projec


tion project for Cima n mem ning a multi-millio re-cond


ur system. T is is t mem r Cimarron members. We a ject for the central a ur members in that a ur members. T at up-


ed and bet at up-


e past year, we t was


ty system. etter


sure relia ililiability t area.


is recently completed upgrade pales in coed upgrade pales in comparis o what’s in st


truction p jec y started on the next co tion project. Ar und 1250 miles of line will b


e next constr e are begin-


egin-


llar pole change out and line tral and west n pa


d line estern part


is is targeted to improve the reli- abili


ility of electr


members. T e win st


storm of 2013 tore down and weakened t e lines in this a


his area. T is p ject wil rebuild a ha


stand up to st p to storms bet


f electricity to oty to our e winter ice wn


akened the lines in s project willl


uild, replace and provide a hardening of our syst st


ur system to s better.


Looking up at ductile iron pole Looking up at ductile iron pole truc- this p his projec


than before wi h ste with storm poles (ductile ir multiple guy wir stra egicall


strategically in this massi e co majo ty of all this w rk will b


y wires), fi berglass cross a his massive constr


Around 1250 miles of line will be replaced in ject. We will be buildin


aced in e will be building these lines str tile iron poles wi


majority of all this work will be done hot (elec will st


trucks will be used to expedite this p very excited that this old damag d line is g rep aced!


his projec eplaced!


We will have a rate will have a rat increase of around ease of ar $5 a month.


(Continued on page 6) (Continued on page 6)


lass cross arms, etc., placed truction efftion eff ort. T e ne hot (electricity


e lines stronger les with aced


ty


will stay on). Many contractors and various eq tr ks will be used to expedi


ject. We a


s equipment e are


his old damaged line is going to be ison


Ductile iron poles with 4 guy wires are much stronger against domino eff ect snapping in ice storms


Ductile iron poles with 4 guy wires are much stronger against domino e ect snapping in ice storms


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