Sandy Dominates The Week In News
From power outages to gas rationing, New Milford is still dealing with Sandy's wrath.
Winds caused PSE&G to pull their repair crews and kept emergency services working through the night responding to calls of downed trees and wires.
WIth trees and power lines down throughout town, Tuesday will show just how much damage Sandy wrought.
There was barely a street in New Milford that did not see destruction from Sandy in downed trees, wires and poles.
Since most of the town, including Borough Hall, remains without power, Patch is in touch with Borough officials to keep New Milford Residents informed.
With the majority of town still without power, and most businesses closed, New Milford is trying to get back to normal.
With many gas stations out of fuel, those that remain open have lines stretching over a mile long and police standing by making sure panic does not set in.
River Road becomes a parking lot as power comes on at gas stations.
New Milford to follow Governor Christie's executive order to postpone Halloween until Monday
Due to Sandy's wrath, the teacher's convention scheduled for Nov. 8 & 9 in Atlantic City has been cancelled; New Milford public schools will hold classes.
Because of all of the power outages that Sandy wrought, the Borough makes the decision to move voting to Berkley Elementary School and the library.