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National Lineman Appreciation Day

April 18, 2023 Robyn Smith, EWEB Communications

Line workers in front of EWEB service truck

Today and every day, we celebrate and honor the hard work, innovation and dedication of electrical line workers.

Line workers play a critical role in maintaining and repairing our electric infrastructure, day or night and in the toughest of weather conditions. EWEB line crews ensure safe and reliable power reaches homes and business in Eugene and the surrounding areas.

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