Seven Months of Noisy Generators

Niva Joseph, Contributor

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Many people are losing their sleep because of the generators in their neighborhood. It has been seven months since the Irma hurricane and the power still is not up. The smell of gas is also causing a problem for them and people are staying in their houses. AT&T has been called many times with this problem. In the meantime, AT&T has tried to make the situation a little better by bringing less noisy generators.

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