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The organization’s release says line crews from any U.S. electric cooperative can join the effort because the network of transmission and distribution infrastructure owned by cooperatives is built to federal standards.
When Georgia went to bed Sunday night, more than two million people in Florida were without power. Our officials are watching the destruction in Florida and working to stay ahead of the game.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said he’s been assured by U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta that assistance will be available for Georgians disrupted by Hurricane Irma.
In an effort to facilitate the anticipated evacuation efforts in Florida, the Georgia Department of Agriculture has temporarily suspended Interstate Movement Animal Health Requirements for animals wishing to enter Georgia from Florida.
The term Knitted Knockers may sound a little silly but it’s actually an international movement that’s helping millions of women around the world.
Regardless of billions in project overruns on towers 3 and 4, Georgia Power executives tell state regulators it will move forward on completing the Plant Vogtle project which will could back on the taxpayers and ratepayers.
Savannah continues to serve large cargo ships along the US East Coast.