Osmose will begin performing pole inspections in October for certain areas of our distribution system. Click here to see details on the areas to be inspected.
We ask that you allow Osmose personnel access to all Fannin County Electric Cooperative facilities that are located within the utility easement that is on or adjacent to your property. Once on-site, the inspection process takes approximately 10-30 minutes per pole but can occasionally extend up to two hours when extensive maintenance activities are required.
We apologize for any inconvenience this important process may cause. You may acquire more information about the Osmose pole maintenance program by visiting their website at www.osmose.com/pole-inspection-treatment-maintenance. If you have any additional questions, please contact Osmose at 770-632-6700.
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