Tuesday, August 11: Around The State - Who Has Power And Who Doesn't

Aug 11, 2020, 08:10 PM

Vincent Cervoni from the Wallingford Town Council explains how they were able to establish their own energy company, and why they rarely lose power. (0:00)
Chaz and AJ spoke to some Tribe members who are still waiting for their power to be turned on. In Colchester, Lisa might be the cheeriest person still waiting, while Billy was frustrated after having a conversation with a crew in from Maine to help with the restoration effort. (7:40)
Sherman First Selectman Don Lowe talks about his town still having 65% of their residents without power as of yesterday. He's still without power, and admitted he needed Candlewood Lake to bathe properly in the meantime. (15:57)
Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars talks about some of the worst losses to natural disasters in the car world, including a sink hole swallowing up Corvettes. (28:18)
Seymour First Selectman Kurt Miller expressed his frustration with the power company's lengthy response in their restoration efforts. (32:26)
Former East Haven Mayor April Capone helps Chaz and AJ figure out if they might be good living liver donors. (45:28)

Image Credit: lanolan / iStock / Getty Images Plus