Should Christian Hill ever lose power?

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Lowell Sun

LOWELL — About 3,100 households across Christian Hill and Centralville are without power after power went out for unknown reason on Monday morning.

The outage happened at about 7:45 a.m. Monday. National Grid does not know what caused the outage and its crew is cruising through the neighborhoods to pinpoint the cause, according to National Grid spokesman David Graves. The affected area runs along VFW Highway near Bridge Street on the northern side of the Merrimack River.

Its no secret that I’m not a “for all of Lowell” type of guy. I’m a Belvideresman. I’d vote for succession if given the opportunity. But occasionally I gaze across that river and reflect admirably on our friends up there on the hill. I mean, these are people who willingly share their outdoor space with particles of our fecal matter. The least we can do is ensure that they never have to sit in darkness. They’re nestled next to the second best source of methane in the city. Let’s fire up that eternal flame and get the lights back on.

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10 thoughts on “Should Christian Hill ever lose power?

  1. Wow…I’m speechless. Harness the poo for the good of all. That’s the platform of a winner.

    Why are you not running?

  2. View from across the River? Are you one of those scuzzy river rats on the right side of the river?

    • Karl, does the librarian know your in house searching for porn again?

    • For a non-for all of Lowell guy, that’s the most all-for Lowell request. I’m writing you in come November.

      I’m going on 25 years at the top of Christian Hill and think the fecal particles are fine. Coincidentally I have the best lawn in the city.

  3. Does that open the door for municipal tax credits for an exceptionally high fiber diet? I’d be happy to flush a little extra for Centraville.

  4. Tobes, what’s the 1st best source for Methane? Drum Hill or Rita Mercier?

  5. Somehow I think when the next photo is grabbed I won’t need to “bait”.

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