There are ways to report a tree problem.
Laurens Electric will host a blood drive at it's main office in Laurens Friday, July 16 from a.
In addition to standby crews and a well-maintained distribution system, Laurens Electric Cooperative has an aggressive tree-trimming program in place. Right-of-way maintenance becomes especially apparent during major storms, be it summer or winter; there is often damage to rhs pruning bush roses. By trimming vegetation in our rights of way, we help minimize potential damage and power outages caused by trees.
Laurens Electric has a legal obligation to provide safe and reliable electric service to our members. This obligation could not be met without a commitment to an effective right-of-way program. With the vast size of LEC’s service area and its diverse terrain, a well-maintained right-of-way program is a critical part of our everyday functions. This right of way allows the Cooperative to construct, operate and maintain an electric or distribution line or system, and to cut and trim trees and shrubbery to the extent necessary to keep them clear of said electric line or system and to cut down from time to time dead, weak, leaning, or dangerous trees that are tall enough to strike the wires in falling.
Delivering reliable energy since Laurens Electric Cooperative is a member-owned rural electric cooperative in Upstate South bushhaul.barg: trees. Laurens Electric Cooperative, Inc. March 28 at AM. UPDATE: pm - members are without power as line crews work to cut trees away from power lines following storms.
Crews are responding to power outages affecting members as storms move through the area.