Sunday, November 4, 2018

News from Lake Worth Electric Utility Director Ed Liberty, a video watched 1,430 times.

Now that most everyone has gotten over their dose of  ‘red tide-apocalypse’ from the press here in Palm Beach County. . .

Below is news from September 12th, 2017. A reminder for everyone we are still in Hurricane Season. So whoever your electricity provider is — whether FP&L, Lake Worth Electric Utility, or any other provider — the information below is very important.

As your watching the YouTube video below think about this, “The legacy of Hurricane Irma: Power lines and Right Tree Right Place”:

“Planting the right tree in the right place is the
single most important thing [electric utility]
customers can do.”

—Quote by FPL spokesman Bud Fraga.

The City of Lake Worth, of course, has its own Electric Utility. Many of you will recall this video from last year:

Outage Update following Hurricane Irma for City of Lake Worth Electric Utilities following loss of power on Sunday, September 10, 2017:

Take Heed: The official end
of Hurricane Season is November 30th: