(JACKSON, Ala.) – As of 8 a.m. on Thursday, November 5, Clarke-Washington EMC aided by more than 300 cooperative and contract line workers from several states have restored power to approximately 14,500 of its 20,000 meters across Clarke, Washington, Wilcox and Monroe counties.
Although, great progress has been made the damage was extensive across the entire system and is expected to take many days to fully restore service across the four county service area.
Clarke-Washington EMC would like to express appreciation to those who have provided gestures of thanks, housing, meals, and washing laundry. Thank you for your patience and understanding in the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta. We appreciate your support while we work diligently to fully restore power to the system.