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1249 Mile Update


Reed Emerson, Sr. V.P. of Engineering and Opera- tions, reports that we currently have approximately 438 miles complete. “The rainy weather has slowed us down but I feel we are still ahead of schedule,” said Emerson. The following is a report of the differ- ent projects and their completion status.


The Lacy Project, Construction complete


Fairview Project, Engineering complete, Construction expected to be complete by mid-July, 2015


Hennessey Project, Engineering complete, construc- tion expected to be complete by the end of July, 2015


Dover Project, Engineering Complete and construc- tion should be done by the end of August, 2015.


Marshall Project, Engineering 75% complete, con- struction expected to be complete by early Septem- ber, 2015


West Kingfisher Project, Engineering 75% complete, Construction expected to be complete by end of Oc- tober, 2015


Okeene Project, Engineering ongoing, construction expected to be complete by end of December, 2015.


Canton Project, Engineering and Right Of Way clear- ing has started with construction starting in July, 2015, expected completion date by the end of Octo- ber, 2015.


Watonga Project, Engineering and ROW expected to start September, 2015 with construction to start October, 2015 and expected construction completion by the end of July, 2016.


Use Facebook to keep informed on outages


One of the quickest ways to check on outages at Cimarron Electric is through the social media called Facebook.


Our linemen are becoming good reporters when something happens on the lines. A lot of the time they will take pictures of a broken pole or a lightning hit transformer or substation and send it in to us.


We can explain on Facebook what has happened and give information about response time and other information.


How do I get these updates if I don’t have a Face- book account? If you don’t have a Facebook account, you can still get the updates by going to our website www.cimarronelectric.com and on the home page, simply click on the facebook logo, just like the one at the top of this page. When you do, you will be able to see all the information or posts that have been put on Cimarron Electric Cooperative’s Facebook page.


If you do have a Facebook account, simply ask to be a friend on Cimarron’s Facebook page and we can make you a friend so you can access information quicker.


Another neat tool to keep you informed is an outage map that shows the number of outages and where they are located.


You can access this outage map a couple of ways. You can go to Cimarron Electric’s web site @ www. cimarronelectric.com and click on the outage map. It will pull up the current outage information. Another way to get the outage map is through the SmartHub app that you can access either on your computer or on your mobile phone or mobile pad.


COMING ATTRACTIONS!


Chris Kubat is unloading steel poles in the Kingfisher Pole Yard.


DISTRICT MEETINGS District 4, Aug. 19; District 6, Aug. 20; Dist. 8, Aug. 26.


ANNUAL MEETING September 10, 2015


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