Hurricane Sandy Update as of Monday, 2 p.m.
Monday, October 29, 2012 • 2:05pm
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Hurricane Sandy is now approximately 200 miles outside of New York City. It is expected to hit its peak in the New Jersey area between 6 and 8 p.m. with wind gusts of up to 90 miles per hour. Here are the most recent updates from our towns with new information since our last update at 11:45 a.m.:
Livingston: Livingston just announced that the public schools will be closed on Tuesday. Garbage Collection is cancelled for the remainder of Monday, October 29 (Zone 1) and Tuesday, October 30 (October 30 (Zone 2). All SYLS programs and activities including the Adult School are cancelled for Monday, October 29. Recycling & Garbage Collections are cancelled in Zone 1 (Monday) & Zone 2 (Tuesday)
New Providence: Brush pickup scheduled for today in New Providence has been rescheduled for Wednesday. Garbage collection for Tuesday has also been rescheduled for Wednesday. Power outages are now being reported in parts of New Providence: Greenwood Rd. corner of Greenwood & Salem. Out on Chestnut and North View too.
Madison: The Emergency Operations Center is open. Please call 973-408-8787 for all issues NOT involving bodily injury or serious emergency. For the safety of the Borough staff, Department of Public Works and Electric Utility employees may not be able to respond to certain situations during the height of the storm.
Millburn: Glen Avenue is closed from Marion Avenue to Brookside Drive due to downed power lines.
Summit: Garbage pick-up has been suspended for Tuesday, October 30. Collection routes will resume on Wednesday, October 31. The Summit Transfer Station will be closed on Tuesday, October 30.
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