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Monday, December 2, 2019

Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative customers

Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative

7 hrs
Our Germania and Morris substations and Galeton metering point are out due to Penelec transmission lines that serve those points being down or offline. Tri-County members, please call us when you experience an outage at 1-800-343-2559, You will be entered into our Outage Management System and can opt for a call when power is restored. 

There could be problems on our system that we won't know about until those Penelec lines are restored. If you haven't called, it could delay your power being restored.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Tri County sucks 25 dollars bottom line fee with no usage and even added on with fee usage for a cabin huh?

Anonymous said...

Dumbass Jim from Solomons Word doesnt post comments

Jim said...

Ok. Why Jim a dumb a##? And as for Tri-County sucks, I think not. I have had to deal with many utility companies and Tri-County is by far the best. They have many miles of lines that run through the middle of nowhere, so when a line goes down, especially in an ice storm, they cannot just drive up to it most of the times. They do great work for the staff they have. We were without power yesterday for almost 10 hrs. We talked to a lineman who was trying to find the issue. He had been out all day working on restoring power, walking lines he could not access from the road, without taking a break to eat. Hats of to Tri-County and their crews. Keep up the good work Jim.

Jim

Anonymous said...

Any utility company, with lines in the air, their workers in the field go above and beyond. Just the nature of the work requires it.

Yes it sucks when you don't have said utility but suck it up. You act like you're from the city. Anyone born and raised here should be able to handle a mere couple of days without whatever utility you may not have during inclement weather.

Linemen of all kinds are out there, driving utility trucks in terrible conditions, in the middle of the night chasing trouble, dark, wind blowing, sub-zero temps, wet feet, cold hands, climbing poles, in the air in bucket trucks, and working near lines that can kill you. They deal with lines run through some of the worst terrain and if it's along the roadways...they deal with drivers who could care less about they're safety and more about getting to where they're going.

I can imagine what it takes to do the job and respect the guys who do it. So instead of stopping my nice warm vehicle to whine about my service being out, and taking up their time...I just wave and let them do their job. If you want to do something useful during an outage, check on the elderly you know who may need the help.

Anonymous said...

What do you mean by a fee usage for a cabin?