City, NY - At this time, unfortunately, there are still many residents without
power. Supervisor Alex Gromack has been in contact with representatives
from Orange and Rockland and they are reporting that their goal is to have 90%
of customers restored by midnight Wednesday and the remaining 10% by midnight
Friday. According to O&R's website there are currently, approximately
7,500 customers without power in Clarkstown. They have restored power to
750 customers in West Nyack, 2,200 customers in Congers, 4,500 customers in
Nanuet and 3,400 customers in New City and have informed the Town that they
have increased their workforce by 2/3rds to respond to this storm. For
more information please call 1-877-434-4100 or visit www.oru.com/customerservice.
Town's warming centers remain open for residents to go to keep warm and charge
electronics. The warming centers will be open until 10pm at the following
Community Center (pet friendly)
New Clarkstown Road
Nyack Community Center
Nyack, NY 10960
emergency shelter will be open at Rockland Community College Field House, 145
College Road, Suffern, at 6pm tonight. Bedding and light snacks will be
available, all other personal items and medications should be brought with
residents using the facility.
and Rockland Utilities will be distributing wet and dry ice again tonight from
6pm to 8pm at the Rockland Boulders Stadium/Provident Bank Park in Pomona.
the Town of Clarkstown Highway Department is coordinating their efforts with
O&R to open roads that are still closed as a priority. Their next priority
will be to put resources towards roads that are partially blocked starting with
the main roads followed by the secondary roads. In addition, the Highway
Department is addressing hanging limbs throughout the Town. Please
contact the Highway Department at 623-7500 to report a hanging limb.