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Power Restored to 10,000 UGI Electric Customers

Wilkes-Barre (July 10, 2014 – 9:00 a.m.) – UGI Utilities - Electric Division crews restored power to nearly 10,000 customers by Thursday morning. At this time, some 5,000 UGI customers remain without power.
UGI crews are working across the service territory, but are focusing on the communities in Back Mountain, Sweet Valley and Shickshinny.
Crews from Northeast Utilities in Connecticut have joined UGI crews in the field. In addition, 23 crewmen from FirstEnergy Corporation are also engaged in UGI restoration efforts.
At this time, UGI expects 90 percent of customers affected by the outage to be restored to service by no later than Friday evening. The widespread nature of the damage and the significant number of trees and wires down across the UGI service territory are impacting restoration timeframes.

Cooling Station - West Side Career and Technology Center Cafeteria
Staffed from 7 AM to 10 AM; ice and water available for pickup after 10 AM
75 Evans St,
Kingston, PA 18704-1856

Cooling Station - Lehman Municipal Building
Staffed from 8 AM to 8 PM
1183 Old Route 115
Lehman, PA 18627

Electric for cell phone charging - Dallas Twp. Municipal Building Conference Room (side door)
2919 SR 309 Highway (above Thomas' Market)
Open 24/7 until power is restored; light switch to left inside door
Bottled water available (not cold)
Water Buffaloes on-site
Non-drinking water available from outside spigot (side of building)

Full details are available in the most recent press release.
UGI appreciates the patience and understanding of customers effected by this significant storm and service outage.




UGI Electric Division Continues Restoration Efforts

Wilkes-Barre (July 9, 2014 – 10:00 a.m.) – Some 14,000 customers of UGI Utilities – Electric Division remain without power this morning following a series of severe storms that caused widespread damage to UGI’s distribution system Tuesday evening.

  • UGI crews are responding to storm-related service outages and continue to work diligently to restore service to all affected customers. We have secured 40 additional linemen from other electric companies to assist in the restoration efforts and expects this additional support to begin arriving today.
  • UGI expects this to be a multi-day restoration effort. The widespread nature of the damage and the significant number of trees and wires down across the UGI service territory are impacting restoration timeframes.
  • At this time, UGI expects 95 percent of customers affected by the outage to be restored by Saturday, July 12.
  • Customers experiencing an outage should contact UGI at (800) 276-2722. UGI requests an outage report be made one time, so Customer Service Representatives can address all customer calls as promptly as possible.
  • If you are a residential customer with special needs and have an emergency, please contact your regional 911 center. Special needs customers calling UGI to report an outage should identify themselves to the customer service representative. UGI can provide information to assist you in connecting to your local 911 center. You can contact UGI at (800) 276-2722.
  • If you use a generator during an outage, please make sure it is used safely by following the manufacturer’s instructions on proper venting and operation.

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UGI appreciates the patience and understanding of customers effected by this significant storm and service outage.  




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From Dallas Township Police Chief Robert Jolley...

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Be prepared to give an identifying description of the suspicious person, such as:

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Height

Weight

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