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Work begins on power lines, to last a few weeks


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Private company crews will be working on and removing some power lines in south Roswell during the next few weeks.

The work was scheduled to begin Friday and is expected to last two to three weeks, weather permitting. It will affect traffic in the areas of the work.

Entrench Inc. will be providing traffic control for Plaska Transmission Line Construction LLC, which will be performing work on Xcel Energy overhead power lines.

Work will start at West Hobson Road and Sunset Avenue/West Earl Cummings Loop and then will move to these other locations: Sunset Avenue, north of West Hobson Road; O’Conner Road and South Main Street; East Hobson Road near Mary Kay Lane; and Earl Cummings Loop.

Motorists are asked to use caution and be courteous of workers in these areas. Traffic may be required to stop momentarily to allow work to proceed at times. Entrench, Plaska and the city of Roswell thank the public for its cooperation to help ensure the safety of the public and construction crews.

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Anyone with questions may contact Steve “Boatie” Boatenhamer, project manager for Entrench, 575-318-7963 or 575-492-1914, or Plaska representative Jeff Butler at 806-662-3898.

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