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MOLD: A Hurricane's Lingering Calling Card

Hurricane Wilma Mold

Mold spores begin to bloom 24 to 48 hours after contact with humidity, water, warmth, and darkness — four of the only items in abundance after a storm has turned South Florida into a giant powerless petri dish.

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I've Lived thru 5 Hurricanes, 3 of them in Palm Beach - Undergrounding is Answer

Jerry Frank

I have lived through five hurricanes, three of them here and two in New Jersey. And they are terrible. But because of those experiences I have seen the positive impact undergrounding has made in communities where power lines were buried verses those where power polls still existed with overhead lines and transformers.

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Look Ma, No Poles! - No Overhead Wires & Transformers!

Ibis Streescape

Like many master-planned communities in Florida, the builder of IBIS in Palm Beach Gardens has undergrounded their utilities as a standard way to build now. They do it because of reliability, aesthetics, and long term cost savings because underground power lines require significant less cost and effort to maintain.

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