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Clay Electric continues to make significant progress in restoring power to members impacted by Hurricane Matthew. The cooperative has restored power to more than 68,000 members as of 10 p.m. today. As a result of damage caused by the hurricane, 4,400 co-op members still remain without power.
Members who are experiencing an outage are urged to report their outage at clayelectric.com or by calling 1-888-434-9844.
All six district offices will open Monday morning (Oct. 10) for limited business services. Clay Electric will remain in its emergency operations on Monday with more than 600 personnel to finish up the restoration efforts.
Restoration of service in Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion County (west of U.S. 301), Suwannee and Union counties is substantially complete.
Restoration efforts in Clay, Duval, Lake, Marion and Putnam counties are estimated to be substantially complete by 10 p.m. tonight except for a few pockets.
Volusia County and a small pocket of members in Clay, Marion and Putnam are estimated to be substantially complete by 10pm Monday night.
We will continue working late tonight with the bulk of our restoration team and keep a small contingent working through the night and responding to emergency calls as we have for the entire restoration process.