Fannin County Electric Cooperative (FCEC) has contracted with Southern Electric Corporation of Mississippi (SEC) for line improvement and voltage conversion for the three-phase distribution feeder north of Leonard. This electric line runs from FM 816 west along CR 4850, CR 4830 and CR 4825, north along FM 1553, west along CR 4725, north along CR 4720, west along CR 4730, south along FM 896, west along CR 4670 , Hwy 69 and CR 4960 to CR 4965. The voltage conversion requires replacement of some transformers at individual electric services which will require a short disruption of power for these members. This includes some members on distribution lines (taps) supplied by this three-phase feeder. This is a system improvement project to increase capacity and improve reliability for this area.
If weather permits, the SEC vegetation crews will begin clearing for the line construction on December 10, 2018 and line construction will begin January 7, 2019. We ask that you allow SEC personnel access to all Fannin County Electric Cooperative facilities that are located on or adjacent to your property. We apologize for any inconvenience this important process may cause. You may acquire additional information about SEC by visiting their website at .
If you have any additional questions please contact FCEC at 903-583-2117. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Fannin County Electric Cooperative has contracted with Quality Pole Inspection & Maintenance, Inc. (QPIM) to perform utility pole safety inspection services in the southwest Fannin county and northeast Collin county area. This includes areas southeast of Blue Ridge to southwest of Trenton shown by the highlighted area on the map map below. The QPIM crews will evaluate the condition of Fannin County Electric Cooperative-owned poles and perform any necessary maintenance. We ask that you allow QPIM personnel access to all Fannin County Electric Cooperative facilities that are located within the utility easement that’s on or adjacent to your property. Once on-site, the inspection process normally takes approximately 10-30 minutes per pole. We apologize for any inconvenience this important process may cause. You may acquire more information about the QPIM pole maintenance program by visiting their website at www.qpim.net. If you have any additional questions please contact QPIM at 361-781-0023. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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