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September 15, 2013 - 12:00
The Concord Monitor

As summer storms turn to winter gales, energy provider Unitil will begin a tree maintenance and removal program this week to protect its electrical lines in Bow, Canterbury and Penacook during bad weather.

Sara Sankowich, system arborist for Unitil, said crews will work through the end of the year to remove about 2,000 trees and trim limbs on others.

“We’re doing tree pruning and clearing that’s more extensive than our typical pruning and clearing program, and it’s along critical portions of our electric overhead lines,” Sankowich said. “Basically it’s to help make our electric infrastructure a little bit more resilient to some of the major storm events that we’ve been having in the past couple years.”

Crews are setting up to remove trees along 18 miles of electrical lines in Bow, 8 miles in Penacook and 6 miles in Canterbury. Traffic will be restricted to one lane in some areas.

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