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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Kevin Enright
"Clearly there's an expense side to it, but when it's a piece of infrastructure that's this critical, we've got to look very seriously at upgrading the power capabilities there," he wrote.
After the 2008 spill, Mr. Enright said county officials installed a large generator to increase response time at the plant from about 15 minutes to an hour, essentially buying more time until power crews could restore electricity.