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Five employees of Plymouth Utilities were part of a crew of more than two dozen municipal utility employees from across the state organized by the Municipal Electic Utilities of Wisconsin and sent to Florida to help restore power in communities there after it was knocked out by Hurricane Irma. Among the areas where they worked was Homestead, Fla., and officials there sent a thank you to MEUW — “Many thanks to the team from Wisconsin who came to help us out following Hurricane Irma. Homestead Public Service - Energy and the community of Homestead will be forever grateful to you for your hard work, knowledge, sweat and diligent efforts to assist us in restoring power safely and quickly to all of our residents.” Submitted photo Five employees of Plymouth Utilities were part of a crew of more than two dozen municipal utility employees from across the state organized by the Municipal Electic Utilities of Wisconsin and sent to Florida to help restore power in communities there after it was knocked out by Hurricane Irma. Among the areas where they worked was Homestead, Fla., and officials there sent a thank you to MEUW — “Many thanks to the team from Wisconsin who came to help us out following Hurricane Irma. Homestead Public Service - Energy and the community of Homestead will be forever grateful to you for your hard work, knowledge, sweat and diligent efforts to assist us in restoring power safely and quickly to all of our residents.” Submitted photo

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