Dothan Utilities Hurricane Michael - October 14, 2018 at 8:00 pmMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Oct 15 2018 7:10 AM
Work continues in the Garden District area, 08-25 and 08-27. Six electric crews continue work with four mutual aid crews from Riviera, Opelika, Sheffield, and Cullman. Additional support continues providing essential tree cutting efforts by the Public Works Street Department, Dothan Utilities Water and Sewer crews, and Dothan Utilities contract tree cutting crews (Asplundh).
DU ELECTRIC CREW EFFORTS
Steve with Sheffield Crews:
08-25 Feeder hot and holding, continue work in 08-25 area along Choctaw, Park in Garden District to pick-up taps (lines feeding off feeder).
Will stay on 08-25.
Micah with Opelika Crews:
Restored North Cherokee inside RCC (except the few service disconnects for repairs).
Working on 08-27 main feeder and taps.
Lance with Riviera Crews:
Restored Dakota and Cherokee (partial). Continue work on 08-25 area taps.
Continued work in 08-25 area taps.
Restored S. Appletree, S. Lafayette, Washington, S. St. Andrews, and 600 blk Catalpa.
Continue work on S. Orange.
Restored Deer Run and Colony Trailer Park and working small areas.
Working tap up and disconnect list.
Restored Eastgate Park and Woodland.
Continued assessments and working tap up and disconnect list
Public Works, DU Crews and Asplundh (Tree-Cutting Efforts)
08-27 and 08-25, inside RCC-all crews worked and will continue.
Garden District area worked and will continue.
Miscellaneous tree areas worked and will continue.
Crews continue to work on customer transformers, service taps, and service cuts in smaller, individual areas in efforts to restore service with great effort and will continue. Several areas we are scheduling to go work.