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Around 1,500 Expected to Lose Power in Consumers Energy Planned Outage

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Around 1,500 Consumers Energy customers will lose power early tomorrow morning.

The four hour electric outage will start around 2:00 a.m. so crews can repair equipment for Vanderbilt, Wolverine and surrounding areas.

It will impact areas west of I-75, along the border to the south by West Huffman Lake Road and Bagley Road in Otsego county, and to the north by Pickeral Lake Road in Cheboygan county.

The outage is scheduled to last until 6:00 a.m.

Affected customers did receive post cards in the mail.

For more information, you can click the link to the left of this story.

 

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