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Area Towns To Experience Power Outage

KSAL Staff - September 27, 2013 2:34 pm

Kansas regulators have filed a complaint against Westar Energy Inc., alleging the utility is charging unjust and unreasonable electric transmission rates.

Kansas regulators have filed a complaint against Westar Energy Inc., alleging the utility is charging unjust and unreasonable electric transmission rates.

Upgrades to a local substation will require a scheduled
power outage for the towns of Tescott, Beverly, Ada, Barnard, Westfall, Shady Bend and surrounding rural areas. Westar Energy will begin the outage at 11:59 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30,
and expects power to be restored at about 7 a.m. Tuesday.

The outage is necessary so that Westar crews can connect service to a pipeline storage facility for the Tallgrass Pony Express Pipeline.

While any power disruption is an inconvenience, Westar scheduled the outage for overnight to minimize the impact on local residents and
businesses. Affected residents were sent a written notice via US Postal Service.

Red Neck

September 27, 2013 at 3:19 pm

7 hours? Is westar energy going to take 20% of there bills for the inconvience?

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