Storm Recovery Update as of November 1st
|Posted on Nov 02 2011|
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This storm recovery update is sent from the Granby Public Safety Complex. Several National Grid tree removal crews began arriving this morning and started to remove trees and limbs that are entangled in the power lines. National Grid line crews continued to repair lines and have restored power to some more areas in Town. A debris drop off site has been established on the Kendall Street side of Dufresne Park. Residents can drop off brush and tree debris that they’ve removed from their property.
Residents are reminded that the shelter is still available at the High School. The shelter has food, cots, showers and charging capabilities.
Currently Morgan Street is still blocked by a large tree and power lines. West Street in Ludlow is also still blocked. Residents may experience detours in different parts of Town. The detours are being used to allow tree and line crews to work more efficiently and safely. Observing the detours will allow power crews to get power back faster.
Please continue to stay away from downed power lines and assume that everything is live. Finally, please don’t hesitate to call the public safety complex at 467-9222 with any questions or concerns.
Last changed: Nov 01 2011 at 9:48 PMBack