Still Without Power? Central Hudson Releases Statement After Sunday’s Storm
I don't know about anyone else, but Sunday's storm felt like it came out of nowhere! I was picking up food when I got the weather alert come through. By the time I got home, the winds were howling! As I'm walking in my front door, I hear a crack come from the back of the house. I go over to investigate, and a small tree fell right by our house. Thank God it didn't hit the house, but it was scary nonetheless. Fortunately one thing that did not happen was that we did not lose power; however, it sounds like I'm one of the few.
As of 8:30am this morning, Central Hudson issued a statement that approximately 1,400 customers are still without power. Majority of these cases are located in Ulster County, specifically Wawarsing, Esopus, Marbletown, and Ellenville. This is actually a small percentage remaining to receive power. Since Sunday's storm, more than 38,000 homes and businesses that were impacted have had service restored.
The Vice President of Electric Engineering and Operations at Central Hudson, Ryan Hawthorne, stated, "Our field force of 680 line and tree clearance workers made tremendous progress restoring power to customers throughout the day on Monday and into the night. We know how important electric service is to our customers and we appreciate their patience as work to make this final push to complete repairs by Tuesday afternoon."
Customers can stay informed of the storm and restorations by texting REG to 236483, or visit CentralHudson.com/Alerts.