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Hot Sticks get 100,000 volts test


Every year, a special safety meeting is dedicated to testing and service of hot sticks. Hot sticks are equipment that al- low linemen to touch, open or close switches or clamps on energized lines without getting shocked. The hot sticks are cleaned with a special alcohol and then lightly waxed. They are


then tested with a 100,000 volt machine on every foot of the stick. (Both dry and with distilled water). Once the stick tests out satisfactory, it is recorded in the inventory book and a weather- proof dated label is attached to the stick. If a stick won’t clean up or pass the test, it is tagged and taken out of service.


Greg Hambrick,OAEC, tests the VWLFNV ERWK ZHW DQG GU\


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Andrews Reports the Queue is under 200


Key Accounts and Special Proj- ects Manager, Mark Andrews reports that the queue is at 197 for the middle of September.


The queue is all the jobs that are in the process of being billed, staked and built, from beginning to completion. The queue is a process to constantly track and update information with our new customers. The queue is all commercial and oil ¿HOG MREV 5HVLGHQWLDO MREV DUH separate from the queue.


Mark said, “We had four of our crews of contractors released to go work the Hurricane Florence. We have 22 contract crews working and should be back to 28 crews by next month.”


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Crandall Gives Update on Paying Bills


Accounts Rec. Manager, Matt Crandall said, “Just a reminder that we can take payments over the phone at no charge to you. There used to be a service charge, but no more. We can also set up bank drafts and au- tomatic credit card payments.


We have pre-pay options to help you stay ahead and budget your usage.


The most popular is our Smart Hub program that allows you to see and track your usage, make payments, report an outage and compare this month against the same month last year.


Give me a call @ 405-375-4379 & I’ll help you get the payment plan that works best for you.”


Windows are installed in the West end conference room in WKH QHZ RI¿FH VSDFH


Once they pass, a dated label is UHFRUGHG DWWDFKHG WR WKH VWLFN


Off Peak Usage starts in October


As football season brings in the season of fall, our off peak rates signal an end of summer to our billing department. Starting this month, your Residential and Small Commercial usage will be billed at the lower off peak rates DQG ZLOO UHÀHFW RQ QH[W PRQWK¶V bill in November.


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