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NYC will study burying power lines after Sandy

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NEW YORK (AP) — New York City is set to scrutinize the pros, cons and costs of burying power lines after Superstorm Sandy. Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed off Monday on having his office research whether it makes sense to put more wires underground. The City Council voted to commission the study earlier this month. Sandy knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of customers around the city....

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