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Posted on: April 12, 2017

SMPA Service Reliability Project to Impact Ilium Road and Galloping Goose Trail

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CONTACT: 

Alex Shelley, Communications Executive 

Office: 970-626-5549 x212 

Cell: 970-209-5593 

alex@smpa.com


 (April 10, 2017) 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Telluride / Mountain Village Reliability Project Begins


Last year, over President’s Day weekend, Telluride and Mountain Village were without power. To improve service reliability in the area, San Miguel Power Association is building a redundant underground power line. This construction will cause delays and closures on Ilium Road and the Galloping Goose trail from the 2nd week of April until mid-October. The road and trail will be open on weekends and during major festivals.

Details about road and trail closures will be determined as work progresses. Work is beginning as of April 10.

- Motorists should watch for lane closures on Ilium Road by the end of this week.

- There may be temporary road closures on Ilium starting mid next week (April 19th).

- Trail work will begin in mid-late May.

The latest dates and details are available at http://www.smpa.com/content/tmv-reliability. Call (970) 626-5549 ext. 212 to ask questions.

San Miguel Power Association, Inc. is a member-owned, locally-controlled rural electric cooperative with offices in Nucla and Ridgway, Colo. It is the mission of San Miguel Power Association to demonstrate corporate responsibility and community service while providing our members safe, reliable, cost effective and environmentally responsible electrical service. SMPA serves approximately 9,600 members and 13,300 meters and supports local communities with $300,000

annually in property taxes and $400,000 in energy efficiency and renewable energy rebates. SMPA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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