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  • George
    July 02, 2010 - 13:16

    Downed utility poles and not the big towers are always the ones to fall. In serviced towns (meaning you are not on wellwater and septic tanks for some of the boo-boo birds who will undoubtedly chime in) they already excavate the roads to the lay sewer and water pipes underneath the road, maybe NL Power can find a way to work with the town and get their scheduling together to lay underground hydro in the aready prepared ground.

  • George
    July 01, 2010 - 19:56

    Downed utility poles and not the big towers are always the ones to fall. In serviced towns (meaning you are not on wellwater and septic tanks for some of the boo-boo birds who will undoubtedly chime in) they already excavate the roads to the lay sewer and water pipes underneath the road, maybe NL Power can find a way to work with the town and get their scheduling together to lay underground hydro in the aready prepared ground.