As we work on our infrastructure projects and various electrical items, we prepare for the next Nor-easter that is planned for Wednesday night. On Tuesday, the National Weather Service issued a coastal flood watch for the Jersey Shore, New York City, Long Island and Connecticut on Tuesday. High wind watches were issued further inland and extended to coastal Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The storm could bring two inches of rain and 60 mph wind gusts to shores eroded by Hurricane Sandy. Please continue to take precautions with this storm also.
- We are excited to have FEMA coming to Stonington to the Human Services Building on Friday Nov. 9 (noon to 8 p.m.),Saturday Nov. 10 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and Sunday Nov. 11 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
- Landfill will continue to have brush/storm debris waived till November 12.
- TVCCA Will have a trailer at Human Services on Thursday for Oil Assistance applications
- Highway crews will continue to clean up various streets throughout the town of debris.
- Westerly/Pawcatuck Veterans Day Parade is still scheduled for November 10 at 9:30 a.m. in Pawcatuck
- I am working with Human Services to come up with a Halloween event for our town on November 16. I will keep you updated.
- Town Government meetings are now reinstated to their regular schedules
- Town Government now has full restoration of internet service.
- All Polls are open for voting
- Any storm related questions feel free to contact dispatch at 860-599-4411 or my office 860-535-5050