How will I know when my meter is on the schedule to be replaced?

On the day of replacement, a uniformed Lawrenceville Power employee or contractor will knock on the door to inform the resident of the change of the meter.  Any associated paperwork or information to be conveyed will be done so at that time and only if a need arises during the installation.  

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1. What is an AMI meter?
2. What is the purpose of the AMI Project?
3. What is the benefit to the customer for the meter change?
4. What is the benefit to the City of Lawrenceville?
5. Why is real-time usage data beneficial?
6. Can service be connected/disconnected remotely?
7. How will I know when my meter is on the schedule to be replaced?
8. Will I lose power? If so, how long?
9. What if I have a medical issue and need continuous power?
10. Will they change out my meter if I am not at home?
11. Will my billing date change due to the new meter?
12. Will my electricity usage change due to the new meter?
13. Does the new meter connect to my home Wi-Fi?
14. Does the new meter track anything else at my home?
15. What if I do not want the new AMI meter?
16. Where can I find more information about the new AMI meters?
17. What if the Lawrenceville Power employee causes damage to my home during the installation?
18. Do I need to sign paperwork giving permission for the meter change to take place?