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Mayor Lynn Spruill, the Starkville Board of Aldermen, and representative from TVA and Starkville Utilities prepare to cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the Azalea Lane substation. 

On Wednesday morning, Starkville Utilities and Tennessee Valley Authority came together to cut the ribbon on the new substation on Azalea Lane. The project has been eight years in the making with two years of planning, and all construction on the site was done by Chandler Construction.


The new substation on Azalea Lane has all modern equipment and a second transmission line to help increase reliability and minimize outages. Starkville Utilities services over 14,000 customers so it is pertinent to have a power source that the community can put their trust in. 

For more about the substation and what it means for Starkville, check out the Thursday, March 25 edition of SDN. 

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