ANN ARBOR – If you see helicopters flying low over high voltage electricity transmission lines owned by ITC-Holdings, don’t worry. It’s all part of the twice yearly inspection ITC does to make sure no vegetation has grown into the lines, or that the lines are not damaged so electricity continues to flow to homes and businesses.

In this video interview, Neil Doshi, who manages the inspection program for the Novi-based transmission company explains why the flights are necessary in the spring and fall.