PSEG LI offers to bury some of Eastport's power lines – New York News

John O’Connell, PSEG vice president, is at far left on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 for a public meeting at which the normally quiet hamlet of Eastport erupted in protest over giant steel poles installed by PSEG Long Island. Residents demanded that the utility bury the power lines. (Credit: Newsday / Mark Harrington)

PSEG Long Island officials, at a meeting in Brookhaven Town hall Thursday morning, offered to bury a portion of a controversial new power line in Eastport.

PSEG’s announcement came the morning after a raucous meeting of protesting residents Wednesday night.

Still unclear is who will pay for removing potentially dozens of giant steel poles in concrete foundations, and burying an unspecified…

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