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National Grid reminds off-road drivers: utility corridors are off limits

June 12, 2014
Observer Today

National Grid reminds off-road drivers that utility rights-of-way are private property where unauthorized dumping and trespass by motorized vehicles is unlawful. These rights-of-way are a critical part of the company's electric and gas network. Limiting activities within the corridors protects the public, avoids damage to company facilities and supports the reliability of electric and gas service. In addition, limiting activities reduces inconvenience and disturbances to rights-of-way neighbors.

 
 

 

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