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Poles Yards Are Full As System Hardening Project Starts


Contractors are loading poles out of the Fairview pole yard


Work has already started


on the next construction project for Cimarron Electric Cooperative members. We are beginning a multi-million dol- lar pole change out and line re-conductor project for the central and western part of our system. This is targeted to im- prove the reliability of electric- ity to our members. The winter ice storm of 2013 tore down and weakened the lines in this area. This project will rebuild, replace and provide a harden- ing of our system to stand up to storms better.


Red Parker and Mick Hart load poles out of the Kingfisher yard


Around 1250 miles of


line will be replaced in this project. We will be building these lines stronger than be- fore with storm poles (ductile iron poles with multiple guy wires), fiberglass cross arms, etc., placed strategically in this massive construction effort. The majority of all this work will be done hot (electricity will stay on). Many contractors and various equipment trucks will be used to expedite this proj- ect. We are very excited that this old damaged line is going to be replaced!


The Watonga pole yard is completely full of poles


What about the old poles? If you would like some of the used poles, contact Lance Cue, Cimarron Warehouse Manager. Lance is responsible for dispos- al of all used poles. Please do not stop and ask linemen and workers if you can have poles. The used poles will be free if you go through Lance and the proper paperwork is recorded. Lance can be reached at 1-800- 375-4121 or his office is 405- 375-4176. His e-mail is lance@ cimarronelectric.com and his fax # is 405-375-4209


Cimarron Electric Offices wil be closed on


Monday, September 1st for Labor Day


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