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Trees a concern for electric department

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By ERIC WHITTAKER

Feature Writer

 

TELL CITY – Storms last week played havoc with electrical services. Dennis Dixon of the Tell City Electric Department. addressed the Tell City Board of Public Works and Safety on Monday about a fallen tree last week at the corner of 13th and DeKalb streets that left around 250 customers without power.

Dixon said, “Usually in these high wind days, we have a pretty solid system, but we did have a property owner’s large tree come down and took down our lines.”


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