FPB Cable-Telecom Maintenance/FPB Electric Singing Bridge Work Continues

FPB Cable-Telecom Planned Maintenance Outages Scheduled for Thursday and Friday

FPB Cable-Telecom crews will conduct planned maintenance service interruptions in designated parts of the service area in an effort to migrate the existing cable-telecom infrastructure from the current headend facility into the newly constructed cable-telecom headend.

The necessary service interruptions will continue Thursday, October 13 and Friday, October 14.  Staff plans to minimize voice, video and data outages on a neighborhood by neighborhood basis for as short a time as possible but customers should plan on outages between 9:00am and 2:00pm during the maintenance windows. Some outages may be up to two hours in duration.

Thursday’s impacted areas: Peaks Mill Rd., Indian Gap, Inverness, Tierra Linda I, Tierra Linda III, Switzer Rd., Rocky Branch, Jones Ln., Schenkel Ln., Holt Ln., Justice Ln., Smither Hill, Coffeetree Rd., Moore Dr., Glenns Creek Rd., Vernon Cooper Dr., Sower Blvd., Flynn Ave.

Friday’s impacted areas: Georgetown Rd., Elkhorn Terrace, Georgetown Rd., Capital Mobile Home Park, North Scruggs Ln., Elkhorn Campground, US 127N, Shadrick Ferry E., Manley-Leestown, Guy Ln., Owenton Rd., Black Oak Dr., Appomattox Dr., Stonewall, Owenton Rd., Tracy Ln., US 127N, Aldridge Ct., Bethel Ln., Owenton Rd., Herman Smither Rd., Royal Parkway, Sullivan Ln., Campbell Ln., Wright Rd. Perkins Ln.                       

The migration to the new facility will improve network reliability for customers and allow for enhanced service offerings in the future.

We appreciate patience during this migration into the new cable-telecom facility.

Singing Bridge Repairs/Closure Continues

FPB Electric crews are conducting necessary maintenance that requires the continued closure of the Singing Bridge.

The bridge is closed to vehicle traffic now through 11:00pm Thursday, October 13th.  The closure is for the purpose of replacing the deck lighting on the bridge.

Pedestrian traffic is available on the bridge’s sidewalk.