Northern Westchester officials point finger at Con Ed as residents wait for restored power

Officials in northern Westchester are pointing the finger at Con Edison as some residents remain without power one week after the storm.

News 12 Staff

Aug 11, 2020, 9:08 PM

Updated 1,385 days ago

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Officials in northern Westchester are pointing the finger at Con Edison as some residents remain without power one week after the storm.
Chappaqua is one of the northern Westchester communities where many homeowners are still in the dark.
In nearby Bedford, the power is back on for just about all the homeowners in the town but the town court remains open - not for judicial business, but as a community space for residents to work, use the Wi-Fi or even charge their devices
Town Supervisor Chris Burdick says although things are better in his community now, he's still frustrated with Con Ed for its slow response to the storm - and he's letting them know it.
He says the power company will have a lot to answer for, and even as its crews are still busy in places like Chappaqua finishing a job, he says they should have finished days ago.


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