Post prepares for Dec. 28 power down

By Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

A post-wide power outage will take place Dec. 28 to allow Georgia Power to make improvements to the installation’s power substation, but that doesn’t mean service members and their families have to be kept in the dark. By planning ahead and taking precautionary measures a day without power doesn’t have to mean a day of disaster.

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