MTEMCMiddle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation
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MTEMC spokesman Chris Jones gave details to planners that the utility wants to make the site its long-term home.
Even though much of the land already has a natural buffer of trees, MTEMC decided to create a 30-foot landscaped easement along the property line, erect a fence and plant pine trees where there is little vegetation next to Berkshire homes.
MTEMC favor the site as it is centrally situated in its service area, has good access to I-24 and state Route 840, enabled consolidation and permits sufficient room to fulfill the utility s 100-year vision, Jones explained.