Chandler paves way for power line work

East Valley Tribune

 

East Valley Tribune

Chandler has spent the last six months and $5.6 million relocating water and sewer mains beneath a stretch of Price Road to make way for the underground installation of a 230-kilovolt powerline by Salt River Project.

The new line will support current and projected energy needs on the Price Road Corridor, but an earlier planned overhead line was opposed by residents.

The line will run beneath Price Road south of the Loop 202 Santan Freeway and construction is set to begin Monday, Sept. 17.

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