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FirstEnergy Plans Transmission Line Improvements

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  Original Published: 4/8/2014FirstEnergy Corporation is undertaking a major improvement project. Area Manager Dan DeVille told the Richland County Commissioners Tuesday morning, the upgrades include two, 69,000 volt lines that run through Ashland and Richland counties. DeVille says the work should not cause any widespread power outtages, but individual homes and businesses may have to lose power for a short time. DeVille says the purpose of the transmission line improvements is to move as much electricity as possible as demand continues growing. The project will start in July and be completed in December.
   
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