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Update from Paulding-Putnam Electric on July 4
Wednesday, July 04, 2012 1:58 PM

As of Wednesday, July 4, the number of members without power has continued to decline.  Currently, approximately 3,900 of the cooperative’s 13,000 members are without service.  If you have access to a computer or know someone who does, please check the website at www.ppec.coop for additional substation updates.

Power has been restored to PPEC customers in Indiana. In Ohio the areas where power has been restored include Cecil, Antwerp, Oakwood, Continental, south side of Ottoville and the majority of customers in the Kalida area. If you live in these areas and do not have power, call 800-686-2357.

American Electric Power and AEP Ohio said it could be several days before all transmission service is restored. Members who live in the areas served by the following substations should make alternative arrangements in preparation for an extended outage: Latty, Miller City, Columbus Grove, Ottoville, Van Wert and Convoy.


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