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Flooded electric substation in town of Florida will be replaced

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More than a year after Tropical Storm Irene rerouted the Mohawk River through National Grid’s substation at Lock 10, 2,000 area costumers are still powered by a temporary substation on wheels. But that’s about to change. National Grid spokesman Patrick Stella confirmed Tuesday that the utility is in the process of buying four acres of land adjacent to the temporary station from the Target Distribution Center along Route 5S in the town of Florida for ...


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