Update from the Village of Larchmont(excerpted from the village's website):
Message from Mayor Anne McAndrews:
At long last, I can report some real progress in the restoration of electrical power in the village.
We still have some individual homes that need power and that may be because your electrical equipment was damaged by the hurricane. You will need a licensed electrician to get your energy turned on. Larchmont has accepted an expedited process, that is, your electrician will certify that your systems are safe and ready to be, in ConEd’s terms, energized. The procedure is described on www.ConEd.com. Certification forms are available at the Building Department in Village Hall and at the Police Department, which is open 24-7. If you have questions, call Con Edison Energy Services as 914-925-6445. Please remember to check all your electrical appliances after your power has been restored.
If you know anyone who needs warm shelter, please leave a message for Trustee Marlene Kolbert, who can be reached through the Village Clerk’s office at 914-834-6230.
Sanitation News: The Joint Sanitation Commission has announced that the Maxwell Avenue facility will be open on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Residents may dispose of their garbage, rubbish, recycling, small branches and bagged organic waste during those hours.
Update from the Town of Mamaroneck(excerpted from the town's website:
A Message From The Town Supervisor
Eleven days have passed since Sandy came through the town. Power restoration has been a long process. However, with seven restoration crews working in town the number of those without power was reduced from 1154 to about 700.
Our Con Ed representative was in the field for most of the day and not able to provide the exact locations of the restoration work. We know crews were working on Old White Plains Road, Huegenot, Rockingstone, Palmer Avenue and Stonewall Lane.
The Town continues to operate the Emergency Operations Center at the Town Center from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FEMA has opened a Recovery Center at the Westchester County Center to help people apply for recovery services. It is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Red Cross has closed the warming shelter at the VFW. Please call the town at 914-381-7810 if you require shelter assistance.