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#21 Jun 9, 2011
Sure hope all the bad guys did not take advantage of the sheriff's office being in a bad situation.
Since: Jan 11
#22 Jun 9, 2011
Burying the power lines is not practical. The cost would be astronomical and, when they go bad, which they will due to water leaks, dig ups, e.t.c. outages would be very extended.
You would not want to pay the cost on your bill of putting everything underground. Aerial cable is cheap, but also prone to outages due to trees, lightning,ice, e.t.c. That being said, repair of aerial cable is much more simple and fast during an outage.
Be careful what you wish for!
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