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Another Generation of Hotshots

  Many of you reading this probably have memories of an event in our area that has simply become known as “The Flood of ’98.” Some may have recollections more vivid than others, depending on how much damage or loss was suffered at the hands of this furious flood....

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What it Takes to Become a Lineman

Keeping the Lights On It’s a little before 7:30 in the morning, and as you approach a local GVEC office on your way to work, you notice the fleet of red trucks exiting the yard. Just a few hours earlier, thunder and lightning woke you from your peaceful slumber. You...

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Five Tips for Spring Break Safety

No matter how your kids spend spring break, it’s critical to keep them safe. To that end, we’ve compiled this list of five tips for enhanced spring break safety while your kids enjoy their time off from school. Spring Break Safety in the Sun From GVEC’s SunHub...

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The Evolution of Outage Reporting

Over the past 80 years, GVEC has changed in many ways. The explosion of modern technology has made outage reporting no different. Today, reporting an outage is as easy as making a quick phone call or sending a simple text. Have you ever wondered how members reported...

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Understanding Easements

What is an Easement? Different types of easements can be used for a number of things, but the majority of easements GVEC requests from property owners are for dedicated right of way easements. Dedicated right of way easements grant permission to construct, upgrade,...

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