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Power Restored to Upper Main Street Tuesday Night

Trumbull-Monroe Health District is inspecting food establishments today.

A northern section of Main Street had its power restored with a bang Tuesday night. Transformers exploded and branches hung up on electrical wires caught fire prompting firefighters to be called in to put it out, according to Police Capt. Michael Flick.

Now that part of the commercial thoroughfare has power again, inspectors from the Trumbull-Monroe Health District will be visiting restaurants and other businesses selling food today to ensure it is safe for consumers.

Gerald M. Gaynor November 02, 2011 at 02:11 PM
it's time that the Town and State began to think seriously about burying our utilities. No doubt, they will scream about cost. Perhaps they ought to tally the cost of this storm and Irene in terms of lost productivity, damage to property and the intangible cost of the damage to the public's faith in its institutions.
Debbie Wasserstein November 02, 2011 at 03:36 PM
Let's reserve this place for some more vicious partisanship by Patty Ulatowski during a time when the people of this town should be coming together
Peter Woods November 02, 2011 at 05:27 PM
You sound pretty vicious yourself ,so how does THAT pull the town together!

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