Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) will immediately begin inspecting power poles in the Orchard City area. The inspections are expected to last throughout the spring. DMEA is contracting with SBS Inspections to conduct the work.
SBS Inspections may need to enter onto members' properties in order to complete the inspections. Their vehicles will be clearly marked with DMEA contractor labels. DMEA asks for its members' cooperation in allowing contractors access to poles located on private property. The co-op will inspect more than 3,000 poles as part of its power reliability and system maintenance program.
For more information about DMEA's pole inspection process or property access, contact Cody Carver, 970-240-6890 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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