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Power Lost, Restored After Osprey’s Nest Causes Fire

authorStaff Writer on Mar 17, 2014
Approximately 2,000 households and businesses, mostly in Southampton Town, were briefly without power on Monday evening after an osprey’s nest caused a fire on a utility wire in Water Mill.... more

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