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Posted on: December 10, 2020

ComEd Electric Transmission Corridor Vegetation Management in Libertyville

Transmission Corridor trimming - Jan Feb 2021 (2)

ComEd will begin performing regularly scheduled Transmission Corridor vegetation management activities within the Village in January and February 2021. ComEd’s vegetation management activities are necessary to ensure the reliability of electrical service and to ensure public safety.    As a public utility, ComEd has a legal obligation regarding the management of transmission corridors under both federal and state law.  The transmission corridors within the Village are composed of large steel poles or tower structures that are used to transport large volumes of electricity. Qualified line clearance workers contracted by ComEd perform all tree pruning and vegetation management work.  Supervisors and general foreman maintain close contact with crews to ensure safety and adherence to proper vegetation maintenance procedures. (The blue line on the map below shows the location of the transmission lines.)

For more information about vegetation maintenance along power lines and ComEd’s “Right Tree, Right Place” program, please visit:  Residents with questions or concerns to contact us at 1 (800) Edison-1

Transmission Corridor trimming - Jan Feb 2021

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