BC Hydro works to remove power from the Terrace Co-op building

Traffic interrupted on Greig Ave.

Motorists will be sharing one lane on Greig Ave. today, as work on the Terrace Co-op building spills out on to the street.

Motorists will be sharing one lane on Greig Ave. today, as work on the Terrace Co-op building spills out on to the street.

BC Hydro has closed the eastbound lane and are working  to remove power from the building.

Jason Wagner from BC Hydro  said the crew will do this by first taking down cables attached to the outside utility pole.

Next they will pull out cables from underneath the building.

We will probably be here all day,” Wagner said.

He explained they hope for a smooth run, but the cable has been in place for 30 plus years, so it could require some extra work.

Traffic controllers are on the road alternating access for traffic.

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