At Monday’s Laurens CPW Meeting it was announced that a natural gas telephone survey will begin tomorrow (August 13th) with all customers and non-customers that live near main natural gas lines.
“This survey will be continue for 10-15 days, and we urge all of those called to participate, as it will improve awareness of our safety practices and procedures,” said Assistant General Manager John Young.
The natural gas division also reported that phase two of the gas line replacement project is going well and that mains are being laid in the Clemson Street, Watts Avenue, and the North Harper Areas.
Gas pipes are currently being installed on the Highway 221 project, and the new meter station at ZF Transmissions is complete.
The administrative division reported that they are very heavily involved with the customer care and billing portion of the software conversion project and associated training, and that the accounting and business systems processes are going very well, and the budget process for 2015 is underway. The commission also unanimously approved a request by Mayor Carter of Grey Court for the donation of a used ½ ton pick up truck, to replace one previously donated to them which as Carter describes as, “Finally given out.”