Tri-CountySlectric"owned and operated by those we serve'QUESTIONS & ANSWERS REGARDING TRI-COUNTYELECTRIC'S VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAMQUESTION :What are the reasons behind Vegetation Management?ANSWER:Safety, Power Quality& Reliability, Economic ResponsibilityQUESTION 2What is Tri-County Electric's right-of-way?ANSWER15 feet on each side of the center of the power lineQUESTION 3:Can I plant anything within the 30 right-of-way?ANSWER:Planting trees within the (30) feet right-of-way is prohibited.Trees found within the right-of-way will be removed with the exceptionof "utility friendly" trees such as dogwoods.Only trees enrolled in the Vegetation Management Program will be allowedto remain in the right-of-way. Program enrollment is $5/month per tree.Any tree(s) enrolled in the program will be rounded and maintainedby Tri-County Electric.If you have additional questions regardingTri-County Electric's Vegetation ManagementProgram, please visit our website at www.tcemc.orgor contact your local office.

Date: August 3, 2017

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Tri-County Slectric "owned and operated by those we serve' QUESTIONS & ANSWERS REGARDING TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC'S VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM QUESTION : What are the reasons behind Vegetation Management? ANSWER: Safety, Power Quality& Reliability, Economic Responsibility QUESTION 2 What is Tri-County Electric's right-of-way? ANSWER 15 feet on each side of the center of the power line QUESTION 3: Can I plant anything within the 30 right-of-way? ANSWER: Planting trees within the (30) feet right-of-way is prohibited. Trees found within the right-of-way will be removed with the exception of "utility friendly" trees such as dogwoods. Only trees enrolled in the Vegetation Management Program will be allowed to remain in the right-of-way. Program enrollment is $5/month per tree. Any tree(s) enrolled in the program will be rounded and maintained by Tri-County Electric. If you have additional questions regarding Tri-County Electric's Vegetation Management Program, please visit our website at www.tcemc.org or contact your local office.

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