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What if power lines on Boundary Street had been buried during storm?

The county spokesperson for the Boundary Street project in Beaufort, John Williams, told us recently that material problems that major storms often cause - like loss of power and internet - will be greatly reduced once work is complete burying power lines along the city's main artery. We interviewed Williams just off the intersection of Boundary Street and Robert Smalls Boulevard, six days after a major storm in the city caused widespread power outages.

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What if power lines on Boundary Street had been buried during storm?

The county spokesperson for the Boundary Street project in Beaufort, John Williams, told us recently that material problems that major storms often cause - like loss of power and internet - will be greatly reduced once work is complete burying power lines along the city's main artery. We interviewed Williams just off the intersection of Boundary Street and Robert Smalls Boulevard, six days after a major storm in the city caused widespread power outages.
Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
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