4/8/14 – 5:05 A.M.
Work continues to upgrade Carey’s electrical systems. The Courier reports the village will submit a study to American Municipal Power as part of an application for partial funding of the project. The work will cost an estimated $6.2 million to $6.9 million. The village would use the grant money to replace utility poles along the main electric line in town.
The overhaul would also see electric substation improvements across from Continental Structural Plastics. The company is planning on adding a paint line in 2015 that will add 50 jobs.
The electric upgrade project will take around 24 months to complete.
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