Details for NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS To maintain necessary clearances for safe and reliable electric service, Appalachian Power Company plans to manage vegetation along the Curry-Harbour Lane portion of its 12 kilovolt distribution system in Putnam County, WV. On or about April 15, 2019 contract crews will begin to trim and remove trees and brush and apply herbicides along our rights-of-way. Work will be done in accordance with International Society of Arboriculture guidelines and take into account factors such as tree species, growth characteristics, line voltage, etc. In unmaintained or undeveloped areas, cuttings will remain on site so as to minimize soil disturbance and to promote biodegradation. Rights-of-way in this area involved in the program are: Midland Trail, Harbour Lane, Cherry St., Rogers Circle, Main St., Conner Ave., Woodside St., Hale St., Millard St., Linda St., Fuller St., Clayton Ave., Chestnut St., Walnut St., Beech St., Maple St., Oak St., Pine St., Elm St., Poplar St., Cline Ave., Nicole Dr., Western Dr., Frontier Lane, and Victorian Place. Representatives will attempt to personally contact resident property owners at least seven business days prior to working on their property. Specifics regarding your property may be discussed at that time. If you are a nonresident property owner and have questions regarding our right-of-way maintenance they may be directed to: Appalachian Power Company Forestry Department 1068 US Route 60 E Milton, WV 25541 (304)743-7818 LH-69106 4-4;2019
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