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If you are installing a pool in your yard, you need to know that the National Electrical Safety Code requires a 22.5 foot clearance in any direction from the water level, edge of pool, diving platforms, pool sliding boards or other fixed pool-related structure to the overhead electric service line, and a 25-foot clearance from overhead primary lines. The code applies to in-ground and above-ground pools, hot tubs, and the like.
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for the position of Staff Engineer. This position provides engineering data for the construction and maintenance of of the cooperative’s electric distribution system in conformity with establish
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative is providing a paper-shredding and recycling event for members on from 9 a.m. until noon on June 3 at its headquarters at 1300 Highway 24, Newport.
“We are asking those who participate to bring canned goods or other non-perishable food items to be donated to local food pantries,” said CCEC Communications Director Lisa Galizia. “This is the perfect opportunity to get rid of sensitive documents and give back to the community at the same time.”
CCEC Director of Engineering Will Pittman, P.E., has been promoted to Vice President of Engineering and Operations.
A graduate of East Carteret High School, Pittman completed an internship at CCEC in 2006 while pursuing his electrical engineering degree at UNC-Charlotte. After graduation in June 2008, he was hired as staff engineer at the cooperative, and was later promoted to the director position.
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative and several other eastern electric co-ops supported the Gates County Wounded Warrior Turkey Hunt.
The cooperatives contributed a total of $1,000 to this year’s event. Seventeen wounded warriors including one Medal of Honor recipient participated. With the assistance of 32 volunteer hunting guides, they were able to take seven gobblers.
CCEC celebrates milestones and more at 2017 annual meeting
Celebration ruled the night at the Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op (CCEC) Annual Meeting of the Membership Thursday at Glad Tidings Church in Morehead City.
“We had a lot to celebrate and share with our members, particularly how they have been the catalyst for all the co-op has accomplished over the years,” said Communications Director Lisa Galizia.
Two area middle school students have earned Touchstone Energy Sports Scholarships from the co-op to attend summer basketball camps at two of the state’s largest college campuses.
We have helped 111,916 students in Carteret County and Havelock schools excel through $403,316 in Bright Ideas Grants since 1994.
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Education isn’t cheap, but the Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation wants to help four local community college students pay for their studies with up to $1,000 in scholarships.