Ground broken on new Liberty Utilities substation to serve Gentry

Randy Moll/Westside Eagle Observer Among those participating in the Liberty Utilities groundbreaking at 21475 Gann Road near Gentry on Tuesday, Nov. 7, were Gentry Chamber of Commerce director Janie Parks, Rep. Delia Haak, Gentry mayor Kevin Johnston, Liberty Electric central regional president Tim Wilson, Liberty Electric central region president Kevin Noblet, Liberty Electric director of substation operations Adam Brockmiller, Liberty Electric senior director of engineering and project manager Drew Landoll, Liberty Electric strategic project director Shaen Rooney, and Liberty Electric senior strategic projects manager Kim Boesl. The groundbreaking marks the beginning of a year-long project to build a new substation to provide electricty to Gentry businesses and homes.

GENTRY -- The beginning of a new project to more efficiently provide electricity to Gentry and the surrounding area was celebrated on Tuesday, Nov. 7, with a groundbreaking event at 21475 Gann Road on the northwest side of Gentry.