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News : KCP&L Announces Planned Power Outage
Posted by Randy on 2014/6/3 10:48:53 (441 reads) News by the same author

In order to maintain reliable electric service, it is necessary for KCP&L to have a planned temporary power interruption to perform necessary work safely on de-energized lines and equipment.
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For this planned temporary power interruption, the majority of customers impacted will be in and around the cities of Spickard, Missouri.

The power interruption will begin at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Friday, June 6 and continue through the night until approximately 5 a.m. on Friday, June 6.

This interruption will impact approximately 250 customers. All the work would not be possible if the lines were energized, thus the planned interruption. The work will be completed quickly as possible to minimize the interruption. KCP&L realizes there is never a convenient time for a power interruption and appreciate your patience. If there is a weather event this necessary work will be rescheduled at a later date.

If customers have any questions related to this interruption, please call the local Trenton Office at 660-752-1251.

KCP&L suggest the following helpful tips prior to and during the interrupton:

If any member of your family has a medical condition, make arrangements to have his/her specific needs met during the interruption.

Unplug sensitive computer and electronic equipment, or protect it with a high-quality surge protector.

Keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed during the interruption.

Leave a lamp or radio switched on so you'll know when electric service is restored.

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