These kinds of stories crop up now and then -- and tend to be well-read because they're interesting "slices of life." If this kind of thing is happening to your utility and the local media wants to cover it, feel free to talk about it. It humanizes your utility to some extent because plenty of people can relate to squirrels (or other critters) wreaking havoc in their gardens, bird feeders and so on.
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