Saturday, July 18, 2009

Burned Electric Transformer to be Repaired

Electric Superintendent Scott Sligh has reported an "autopsy" revealed the transformer that burned last Spring (Morphy Ave. Substation on Mar 18th)--causing a power outage downtown-- was not badly damaged and could be repaired (used as a spare). The cost of repair will be $25,000 and will be completed in about a month, according to Sligh. The City Council approved the repairs unanimously.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i say go for it. we need all the back up we can get for power outages. after all hurricane season is just hitting full steam.