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Linemen Express No Confidence In Utility Before Storm

A union representing utility workers called attention to their vote of no confidence in Connecticut Light & Power and Yankee Gas Monday as residents around the state braced for an expected blizzard.

“We are less prepared today than we were in 2011,” Frank Cirillo, business manager for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 420, said referring to an October snowstorm that left some of the state’s residents without electricity for more than a week.

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