JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - Some Johnson City residents can expect to be without power at the end of the month.
The Johnson City Power Board tells News 5, it will conduct a planned power outage on at two o'clock on Sunday morning, March 30th. The JCPB says crews will make safety repairs to the southeast substation.
In a news release, the power board said the outage will impact customers in the areas of the intersection of South Roan and University Parkway, Milligan Highway, Lafe Cox Drive, and Rolling Hills Drive.
Officials say the outage should last for about two hours.
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