LAKELAND, Fla. — Publix Super Markets here announced a plan yesterday to expand generator placement in all Florida locations where “reasonable and practical.” In March 2006, the retailer announced plans to install 400 stationary and mobile generators at hurricane-prone store locations as well as 175 quick-connecting docking stations at stores in lower-probability hurricane areas, with an expected investment of $100 million. The expansion of the program to protect all Florida stores is ...

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