Mackinac Island Had A Power Outage – And You Might Get a Job Because of It
On Thursday morning, there was a power outage on Mackinac Island. It lasted four hours. Why did it last so long? Because the two electrical workers employed by Cloverland Electric to live on Mackinac Island and deal with power issues retired in June. According to MLive.com, the company hasn't found anybody to replace them.
That's where you might come in. If you've got the training, they need a lineman to live on Mackinac Island and make $70,000 a year. Click here for the details.
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