If the system is to be overhead: (New overhead facilities will only be permitted at the sole discretion of the Co-op)
- If the system is to be overhead, the member will provide a 40-foot right-of-way by falling all trees and brush 20 feet on each side of the center line. This includes dead and leaning "danger" trees and trimming back all limbs.
- The right-of-way must meet the specifications required by Douglas Electric and the National Electrical Safety Code.
- Stumps can be no more than three inches high.
- Douglas Electric must have access along the entire length of the right-of-way and will inspect the entire length of the right-of-way before any construction will begin.
- When the service is to a mobile home, the permanent service pole must be placed as required by Douglas Electric the State, and the County inspectors. The member’s weather head must be at the top of this pole.
- When service contact is to a building, the contact location will be mutually agreed upon by Douglas Electric and the member.
- If a temporary construction service is required, the member’s temporary pole and service panel must be within 10 feet of the transformer.