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Double PSEG LI utility poles in Great Neck, Port Washington an eyesore to residents

More than 200 hurricane-proof poles have been installed

More than 200 hurricane-proof poles have been installed next to old utility poles in the area. The decommissioned poles have not yet been removed, creating block after block of double utility poles. (Credit: News 12)

Residents along a five-mile stretch between Great Neck and Port Washington are upset over a utility pole eyesore in their community.

More than 200 hurricane-proof poles have been installed next to old utility poles in the area. The decommissioned poles have not yet been removed, creating block after block of double utility poles.

The North Hempstead Town Board is considering a proposed...

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