Storm survivors relate stories
'Trees are shredded' Richard F. Wilder said he has never seen such destruction in his 67 years of living on King Philip Road in the Greendale section of Worcester.
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#1 Dec 16, 2008
During the overnight Thursday into Friday the trees were breaking so loud it sounded like gunfire. There was one breaking every minute. We lost power at 10pm on Thursday night and got it back Saturday at 2pm. The town light department did / is doing a great job. The town looks like a tornado hit. Poles are broken everywhere. We have heated and cooked on a wood stove while the power went out. One of my daughters was sad when the power came back on. Yesterday was in the high fiftees which was great weather for cleanup. More to do today.
#2 Dec 31, 2008
Support municipalization bill in the state house, contact your state legislators (links provided at the web page) and see what other cities and towns are already doing to get rid of companies like Unitil.
Never since the Boston Tea Party have people been so enraged and ready to take action.
Do it now or forever be silent and pay ever higher Unitil bills.
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