Power returns, storm debris remains in Mamaroneck

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The neighborhood remains a mess of fallen trees, utility poles and other debris. The neighborhood remains a mess of fallen trees, utility poles and other debris.
The lights are on in Mamaroneck once again, but storm cleanup continues as a third nor'easter in two weeks approaches. The lights are on in Mamaroneck once again, but storm cleanup continues as a third nor'easter in two weeks approaches.
The neighborhood was among the last to have power restored. The neighborhood was among the last to have power restored.
MAMARONECK -

The lights are on in Mamaroneck once again, but storm cleanup continues as a third nor'easter in two weeks approaches.

Pat Corsetti is a Korean War veteran who's lived on Washington Street for almost 70 years. He says the utility company restored power there on Sunday, 10 days after it went out when the first storm rampaged through the neighborhood.

"Power lines down, telephone poles, everything," he says. "I think we pay enough, Con Edison."

The neighborhood remains a mess of fallen trees, utility poles and other debris. Corsetti says some of the cleanup falls on the village, but responsibility for the power lines belongs to Con Ed.

"They gotta clean up," he says. 

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