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    Greg Thompson, of Central Maine Power, speaks during the 8th annual Maine Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Central Maine Power Company workers repair a utility pole near the Irving station on U.S. Route 201 in Fairfield during the 1998 ice storm.

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    The yellow flashers of Central Maine Power trucks light up Western Avenue in the early morning hours in this January 1998 file photo.

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    Steve Daniels, of Central Maine Power, speaks during the 8th annual Maine Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    A van drives around ice covered birch trees that are hanging into the road on Ganneston Drive in Augusta in January 1998.

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    A couple who were out walking the neighborhood surveying the damage from the 1998 ice storm pass fallen limbs and downed wires on Lincoln Street in Augusta in this file photo.

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