3/8, update from TOWN OF CORTLANDT, opening at 11 am today
3/8 NOT AS MUCH SNOW AS PREDICTED HERE IN CROTON BUT IT IS HEAVY AND WET--more snow possible per NEWS12.com
3/8 METRO NORTH AT 55% CAPACITY AS OF EARLY A.M., EXPECT DELAYS LOHUD.COM
3/8 VILLAGE SAYS POWER RESTORED TO SOME AREAS BUT YESTERDAY'S STORM ADDED MORE PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER
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THE CON ED CAVALRY & COMPANY ARRIVED ON THE SCENE--CLICK ON THE PHOTOS BELOW--Work crews were brought in from Wisconsin. PHOTOS COURTESY OF P. STEINBERG, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UPDATED: BROOK STREET AND AREA RESTORED.
Thank you Michael's Company from Wisconsin for helping Croton out with the storm damageReplyDelete
Thank you both for these updates. With friends affected, it's good to know and pass on.ReplyDelete
Thanks Paul. Great photos. Great letters!ReplyDelete
John from Buchanan here. We were without power and have it restored. Our guys were from Toronto. I know it's a pain not to have power but this was nothing compared to Floyd for us. As long as you have overhead lines and still want trees, this is always going to be a problem. Back in the 50's and 60's it was the same story. Trees and lines.ReplyDelete
I was in the food town and a new resident says to me, is this the normal? I said, uh, it's March, this IS NORMAL. She got very angry. Look I've been up here thirty five years and we have lost power maybe twice, but there's a whole other group of people who just seem to get nuts over normal winter weather. Buck up already.ReplyDelete
Was wondering about those pine tree, my brother has a picture of when they were small trees in the planters on the stairs.ReplyDelete