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August 11 Is National 811 Day, Reminding Homeowners To Call Before They Dig

authorStaff Writer on Aug 9, 2022
On National 811 Day, August 11, PSEG Long Island is reminding customers to call 811 before starting any improvement project that involves digging. Hitting a buried electric, gas, water or... more

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