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Residents can help the efforts by:Don't stop crews to ask when power will be restored. Directing questions to electric restoration workers slows down their work and, more importantly, can compromise their safety. Typically, restoration workers don't know restoration times. They've been assigned to a single segment of an affected line. Restoration information is available on the utility providers' websites and social media.

When you're driving, clear the way for restoration trucks so crews can get to their next work site faster. The restoration workers truly appreciate this courtesy, as they work long hours to get the power back on for all affected customers.
When gathering post-storm debris, keep utility poles and transformers clear so that restoration workers have access to them.Under the contact information and before the power outages numbers with and without power.

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