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Right of Way Schedule

Right-of-Way Clearing Notices – (ROW)

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Beginning the week of September 23, 2019, Right of Way Crews will be re-clearing and trimming trees in the following parts of VT RTE 15 in the town of Hardwick.  Gavin Drive, Cedar Creek, Allen Drive and parts of VT RTE 15 in the town of Walden.

Beginning September 18, 2019 Right of Way Crews will be removing trees on Willey Hill Road in Topsham.

Starting August 2, 2019, Right of Way Crews will be removing trees on Camp Munn Road in the town of Corinth, Degoosh Hill and parts of Scrabble Hollow Road in the town of Bradford.

Starting August 5, 2019, Right of Way Crews will be removing trees on the following roads, Pollander, Westcott, Devlin, Richardson, Hummingbird Lane, Hayes and Fox Hollow in the town of Duxbury, some members on Upper Crossett Hill will also be impacted.

Beginning July 17, 2019, Right of Way Crews will be removing trees on Durgin Hill and Rowell Rd, in the town Vershire.

Beginning the week of June 25, 2019 Right-of-way Crews will be re-clearing and trimming under the distribution power line starting at the substation on Baptist Street in Williamston. The following roads will be impacted; Martin, Adams St, Graniteville Rd and parts of Therriault Hill and ending just before Mosquitoville Rd.

Beginning the week of February 25, 2019, Right of Way Crews will be removing trees on the three phase line on Stevens Brook Rd in the towns of Duxbury and Moretown.

Beginning in January, and thru out 2019, Right of Way Crews will be trimming and removing trees starting from the Moretown sub to the Middlesex feeder.

 If you have any questions or concerns please contact Larry Gilbert @ 802-224-2339.

Washington Electric appreciates your understanding as we work to improve reliability in your area.   Thank you!

 

Please note that all ROW work is completed by tree crew manpower.  No herbicide chemicals are used. This is consistent with WEC’s commitment to being 100% renewable.