In Polk County in the summer, the temperatures hover in the 90s and we all rely on air conditioning to weather the heat. But, in hurricane season, most of us don’t fear the storm, we fear the aftermath – days with out power — hot, humid and oppressive.
Polk County’s power companies haven’t been sitting idly by while we stew about the possibilities of powerless days and nights, they are busy making plans for how and how quickly they can restore electric service.
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