Businesses forced to close in Lebec, but neighbors jump to aid
The contractor who is building a new Western Propane facility on Landfill Road in Lebec placed an emergency call to the Lebec County Water District (LCWD) Tueday, Jan. 29 at about 12:10 p.m. to report that Pacific Gas & Electric equipment had just broken a water main. PG&E spokesperson Katie Allen confirmed to The Mountain Enterprise that “our workers made contact with the water line” on that date.
LCWD General Manager Jessica Carroll called in the cavalry. Workers quickly isolated the break area from…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Jessica Carroll was amazed at the kind gestures of other water companies last week to help when PG&E broke LCWD’s water main.
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