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Con Ed gets to work restoring power to Port Chester businesses affected by Ida

The crews got to work outside 1725 North Main Street in the village.

News 12 Staff

Dec 11, 2021, 1:26 AM

Updated 925 days ago

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Con Edison began work Friday on restoring power to Port Chester businesses that have been without utilities since Hurricane Ida.
The start of the work comes just 14 days after News 12 aired a story about the businesses impacted by the outages.
The crews got to work outside 1725 North Main Street in the village.
Part of the block has been without electricity and heat since Sept. 1, which has caused several businesses to shut down. It has also kept other businesses from rebuilding.


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