Slam dunk. All the questions have been answered with out a doubt. Since NPR is always wrong then it would be the best thing to bury the power lines.
Originally Posted by TeamHorwich
Been doing some checking along other lines when I was trying to find out why those loops in the lines started showing up and found out, just like global warming, the ten to one cost ratio is a myth. Taking into account for the huge reduction in labor, materials, and maintenance the costs for burying the lines works out to about a nine year plan to pay it off and start saving a big percentage a year.
That of coarse was before taking into account for the advancements in technology. This summer I watched crews bury some kind of water pipe out this way. They didn't dig, they pushed and pulled this line the whole way. Didn't have to dig up drive ways or anything like that. It was amazing how fast it went.
So all we need to do is get the lobbyists out of the way and get the politicians to do the right thing.
Bury the lines and make the birds go find other roosts.
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