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A.C. Electric Service Outages April 8-12

first_imgAtlantic City Electric crews are pictured working on the lines at 5th Street and Asbury Avenue as part of the service upgrades. Atlantic City Electric will improve reliability in Ocean City by installing special equipment to reduce the number of customers affected by power outages.Reclosers will be installed for areas serving every 500 customers or fewer, so when an outage occurs outside of a substation area, fewer homes and businesses will be impacted. Instead of having a couple of thousand customers without power because of a pole accident, for instance, 500 or fewer customers will be affected until repairs are made.Installation of these reclosers will require service interruptions this winter as crews replace existing poles, transformers and wire. Contractors will notify customers before these outages occur. The work also will require road closings and detours around the blocks where work is taking place.For the week of April 8 to 12, the tentative schedule (weather permitting) of service interruptions will be as follows:Monday-Tuesday: 55th Street off West AvenueTuesday-Wednesday: 54th Street back alleyWednesday-Thursday: 51st Street off West AvenueThursday-Friday: On West between 50th and 51st streetslast_img read more

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Eat names Mike Rainer as new managing director

first_imgFood-to-go retailer Eat has named Mike Rainer as its new managing director.The move follows the departure of CEO Andrew Walker, who has left the retailer to pursue other interests.Rainer, who was most recently chief financial officer at Eat, will remain in the role, but assume additional responsibilities as MD, while the business continues to trade as a separate entity. In May it emerged that Pret A Manger would buy the business, which operates around 90 sites, and had longer-term plans to convert the brand’s shops to vegetarian Veggie Prets.Turnover at Eat had fallen from £99m in 2017 to just under £95m in 2018.Walker said he was “unbelievably proud” of his last three years leading Eat “through a significant period of change”.“Helped by the fantastic team from the ground up, we were able to turn around the business – evidenced by our last financial year, where we saw a significant improvement in our trading performance, sparking Pret’s interest,” said Walker.“Mike was a key part of this success, so I leave Eat in very capable hands. I now look forward to taking a much-needed break before considering my options in the future.”Rainer said he would be pleased to continue Walker’s work, steering the business through the next stage as it integrates with Pret.“The vast majority of our colleagues will be staying on at the combined group and our customers will continue to benefit from our creativity and drive for excellence.”last_img read more

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