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Would you be willing to pay for having the power lines in your neighborhood buried instead of overhead?

  1. Yes, it would look better and increase property values.
  2. No, I don’t want an assessment.
  3. I like the idea of underground lines but am not willing to pay for such a project.
  4. Leave well enough alone.
  5. Other.
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Jan-16-17 6:42 PM

LED Street Lighting is potentially hazardous to health -- Check with AMA, which should know !

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Jan-16-17 9:41 AM

I agree with MN2SWFL re: outages. Also it does not hurt that this will give a nice boost to the local Real Estate pricing, looks much nicer, safer from overhanging wires ...etc. and the addition of the LED street lighting - it will be AMAZING!

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Jan-15-17 8:17 AM

I'd be willing to pay - not because it looks better, rather to reduce outages, property damage and extensive pole/line repair during storm season.

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Jan-14-17 11:57 AM

You're not thinking this through. You can't have partial above ground and underground on the same street. that make no sense. we have above ground and I'm happy with it.

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Jan-13-17 1:24 PM

The city dreamers think they are Ft Lauderdale. Please stop with the extravagant spending

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Jan-13-17 1:19 PM

It should be required of ALL new projects, commercial and residential. The entire cost of which is to be incurred by projects developer. Its too late to retro fit older, established areas due to expense.

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