Intracoastal West community keeps power, avoids severe damage (FL)

Indian Springs was a small island that never lost power — while outages occurred all around it — largely due to having underground utility lines. Power flickered on and off several times but the worst nuisance for the residents was having to re-boot their cable boxes.  “We were incredibly lucky,” said Irene Sloth. “We still can’t believe we never lost power.”  There are 322 home sites within Indian Springs, which was built beginning in 1978. Peter Miller, president of the homeowners association, said a large number of native trees were left intact when the subdivision was built, and many have grown as tall as 70 feet.     Read the article………….


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