Created on Thursday, 08 November 2012 Written by REUBEN MEES
Preliminary work for a project to build a new building and improve the site for the Logan County Electric Cooperative is in full swing this week.
FRONT PAGE PHOTO: A trackhoe operator with Reichert Excavating removes landscaping Wednesday as part of Logan County Electric Cooperative’s building project. ABOVE: Wayne Eastman of Eastman Shade Trees uses a tree transplanter truck to uproot an evergreen along County Road 32. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | REUBEN MEES)
Crews with Reichert Excavating have been busy tearing down a portion of the old building as trees are moved and fence is installed.
But meanwhile, it’s business as usual for the power company’s officials, who have set up shop temporarily in the former residence located along County Road 13 immediately behind the 1587 County Road 32 office.
“We wanted to stay at the same location because it is easily accessible to all our members,” co-op CEO Doug Miller said.
“We want to maintain the same level of service to all of our members and do what we have been doing for the past 70 some years.”
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