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Back in the late '70s ('78 I think) a big storm hit Savannah, ga. We were without power in many areas for weeks. During recovery the city gov. decided to go ahead and bury all the power lines in town to prevent a repeat. The shock of that large of a problem that lasted that long helped get the population to support it. I had to relocate for a job soon after. So I don't know if they pulled it off, but if they did maybe it will be a good model for now. Yes it cost more in the short term, but in the long run?
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