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Managing Editor of a specialty publication, former public relations practitioner Freelancer

I hold 32 years of experience in communications, mostly in journalism, with a decade in public relations, too. The first 17 years were spent in print journalism, where I covered, at various...

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This story about the Florida Public Service Commission's decision to pursue the burying of power lines in the state is a perfect example of why utilities have to be quick to defend themselves. Yes, burying the lines is probably a good thing in hurricane-prone Florida, but the costs are high and someone has to pay. Utilities should be proactive in presenting all sides of an argument lest they get blamed for something (in this case, higher utility bills).

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