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Our meter readers will soon be back in gated yards again. Read on to find out more!
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Longmont's holiday lights are gorgeous! Just remember to turn things off when you go to bed.
Every Longmonter knows about digging out sidewalks in winter, but digging out meters can be just as important.
It's almost time for holiday lights - and to remember how to put them up safely.
Colorado wildlife is great - especially when we can keep it off our electric gear! Find out more about how we do that.
Still more winter tips, to keep you ready in case snow and ice come calling to your electric line.
Snow season is here, so be prepared! Here's a few tips to keep your family ready.
Everything you need to know, you learned in the sandbox. At least when it comes to underground lines.
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