If you love your tree so much, you should care.
Mar 31, Electric company tree removal: A property owner's rights. Herb Beattie (bushmulch.bare AT bushmulch.bar) sent along a summary of Tuesday night's meeting about the rights property owners have when AEP/PSO (our local electric company) comes onto the property to cut back or remove trees: The homeowner owns land within easement, subject to utilities rights to use the easement for the delivery Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Jul 17, Yes, Sometimes, whether for you, for themselves, or for arborist companies, they'll work on trees that are of close proximity to their high tension lines.
If an accident involving the power easement occurs on the property, the property owner and the electric company may be sued by the injured party.
Jul 19, So we verified that a power company can go on private property to trim trees if it interferes with their service. McLemore says the company gives homeowners a 5-day notice.
"We actually leave a. Sep 22, The Power Company's Side Whenever people complain about indiscriminate and heavy-handed tree cutting, power companies invariably respond by pointing out that their primary responsibility is to ensure a reliable and uninterrupted supply of electricity to customers.
If you love your tree so much, you should care for it.
Grumpy has no problem with bushmulch.bar: Steve Bender. Dec 12, Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E): OG&E provides their stance if a tree falls on powers lines stating: “When an ‘Act of Nature’ (such as lightning, high winds, tornadoes, etc.) causes trees or other vegetation to fall across power lines and create power outages, we cut the trees and brush so poles and lines can be replaced and re-energized.
Disposal of any wood, limbs or debris resulting from this type of emergency operation is the.