Friday, November 4, 2011

Trying To Get Back To Normal In Cheshire

Some sections of Cheshire are still without power. As of 9:30 a.m., just under 2,500 Connecticut Light & Power customers in town remained in the dark.

But for the first time since last weekend's snow storm hit, Cheshire public schools are open.

Fire Chief Jack Casner, the town's emergency management director (shown at left), said Thursday night that schools are opening this morning with a 90-minute delay. Casner said the town's emergency shelter will continue at the high school through Saturday morning.

Residents looking to dispose of storm debris will have to wait a little while longer, though.

Casner said officials are planning a curbside pick of the debris, but can't set a date until the Town Council approves the expenditure need to fund it. That's scheduled to occur sometime next week, he said.

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