CL&P: 100 retirees return to work to restore power

Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) is calling in all of its resources to help in the massive restoration effort, including some its retirees. CL&P officials

NORWALK - Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) is calling in all of its resources to help in the massive restoration effort, including some its retirees. CL&P officials say about 100 retired workers came back to work to help get customers back online. One CL&P veteran says the storm was unlike anything he has ever seen. He says he was happy to come out of retirement during this time of need.CT Sandy Emergency Resources

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