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VOLUNTEER ENERGY TO HAVE PLANNED POWER OUTAGE FOR FAIRFIELD GLADE AND HEBBERTSBURG FRIDAY NIGHT

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Volunteer Energy Cooperative will have a planned power outage that will effect most of Fairfield Glade and all of the Hebbertsburg area.  This outage will occur on Friday August 11th beginning at 11:00 pm and lasting approximately 6 hours.  Power should be restored on or before 5:00 am, August 12th.   The purpose for this outage is to make the final connections on the new 161kv line that feeds the Fairfield Glade substation on Peavine Road.  The work will be performed at the junction of Snead and Peavine, next to Robinhood Park and at the junction of Peavine and Peavine Firetower Rd.  Due to the safety involved, this work cannot be performed with the lines energized.  Please note that this power outage is identical to the previous outage we had in May of this year.   Therefore, if the power was not off at your residence previously, it will not be off during this operation.  The power from I-40 on Peavine Rd to Tuttle Ln will not be affected either.   Once this procedure is completed, the construction personnel will begin disassembling the lines along the Peavine Rd project.  Please refer to our website, www.vec.org , for more information