November 1, 2012
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Rockland County post-Sandy updates
|Rockland County officials have issued a compilation
1.South Nyack Mayor Patricia DuBow and Piermont Mayor Chris Sanders have issued a 6 p.m. curfew for their villages for Wednesday, October 31, due to the continuing hazards created by Hurricane Sandy.
2.Halloween Advisory - Emergency officials are warning residents that trick-or-treating poses many dangers today. There are downed power lines hidden under leaves, hanging branches that may fall and downed trees and branches that make walking hazardous. In addition, many streetlights are out. Parents should consider celebrating the holiday at home. If you do head out, please exercise extreme caution.
3.All Rockland County parks are closed until further notice.
4.The Rockland County Health Department in consultation with United Water has issued a boil water for some customers in West Nyack, Piermont and Grand View. Customers are ordered to boil their water before using it for drinking or cooking purposes. The boil water order is a precautionary measure. Loss of pressure in a water main increases the chance that untreated water and harmful microbes could enter the system. Therefore customers noted below must boil their water until further notice
A boil water order was issued on October 30 for the following street addresses:
A boil water order was issued on October 29 for the following street addresses:
5.Submit pictures of damages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Please include location/date/time/contact info. Send to email@example.com.
Rockland County is expanding the hours of the Information Rockland hotline to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week to answer residents' questions in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The hotline number is 845-364-2020.
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