SCE Maintenance Power Outage Notification

Maintenance Power Outage Notification
May 21, 2018 – May 27, 2018

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

City of Lynwood

Dear Local Government Official,

This is a courtesy notification for local government officials regarding maintenance outages in your community.

We will soon be performing maintenance on the electrical system in the area. In order to perform this work safely, we must temporarily turn off power. This outage will allow us to modernize our grid by making needed upgrades and repairs to increase our reliability. We realize that power outages may cause some inconvenience, therefore we try to isolate outages down to the smallest area possible and complete the work safely and as quickly as we can. We appreciate your understanding as we work to increase system reliability for the future.

Please advise the appropriate personnel of the following:

Outage Status:        Rescheduled
Outage Alert Num:        884287
Starting at:        May 21, 2018 9:00 a.m.
Ending at:        May 21, 2018 8:00 p.m.

# of Residential customers affected:        6
# of Commercial customers affected:        3
# of Traffic Control meters affected:        1

Outage Boundary:        ATLANTIC BL A/W EAST SIDE 150′ NORTH OF ELMWOOD AV

*Please note that the power may be off for the whole period or may be turned off more than once. This planned outage may not begin exactly at the stated start time, and some conditions may cause this planned outage to be postponed. The times noted are our best estimate and circumstances may affect both the start time and the completion time indicated above.  For current planned outage status, please visit //sce.com/reliability and enter the outage number(s) above.­­­­­­

If you have questions, we are here to take your calls at 1-800-611-1911.

Sincerely,

SCE Outage Communications
Email: scepoc@sce.com

SCE Maintenance Power Outage Notification

Maintenance Power Outage Notification
May 7, 2018 – May 13, 2018

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

City of Lynwood

Dear Local Government Official,

This is a courtesy notification for local government officials regarding maintenance outages in your community.

We will soon be performing maintenance on the electrical system in the area. In order to perform this work safely, we must temporarily turn off power. This outage will allow us to modernize our grid by making needed upgrades and repairs to increase our reliability. We realize that power outages may cause some inconvenience, therefore we try to isolate outages down to the smallest area possible and complete the work safely and as quickly as we can. We appreciate your understanding as we work to increase system reliability for the future.

Please advise the appropriate personnel of the following:

Outage Status:        Scheduled
Outage Alert Num:        884422
Starting at:        May 10, 2018 10:30 p.m.
Ending at:        May 11, 2018 5:00 a.m.
# of Residential customers affected:        0
# of Commercial customers affected:        2
# of Traffic Control meters affected:        0
Outage Boundary:        ES LONG BEACH BLVD SOUTH OF BEECHWOOD AVE

*Please note that the power may be off for the whole period or may be turned off more than once. This planned outage may not begin exactly at the stated start time, and some conditions may cause this planned outage to be postponed. The times noted are our best estimate and circumstances may affect both the start time and the completion time indicated above.  For current planned outage status, please visit //sce.com/reliability and enter the outage number(s) above.­­­­­­

If you have questions, we are here to take your calls at 1-800-611-1911.

Sincerely,

SCE Outage Communications
Email: scepoc@sce.com

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Acting Lynwood City Manager Named


The Lynwood City Council has appointed Jose Ometeotl as acting City Manager to replace Alma Martinez. The Council accepted Ms. Martinez’ resignation Tuesday night at its regularly scheduled meeting.

“We thank Alma for her service to the city of Lynwood and wish her well as she continues her career,” said Mayor Jose Solache. “A search for her permanent replacement will begin immediately.”

Ms. Martinez became City Manager in November 2017.

Mr. Ometeotl has served as the city’s Finance Director and recently had Assistant City Manager added to his duties. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and earned his Master of Planning with an emphasis on Local Economic Development from the University of Southern California.

“Lynwood’s city government is committed to providing our community access to outstanding social, cultural, recreational, and economic opportunities for our residents and businesses,” said Solache.